Making an 18th c. Patchwork Pocket – Entirely From Scraps!

Or why projects you think are not going to take that long always take way longer than intended.

I still had fun though. 18th-century tie-on pockets can be a lot of fun, and these definitely were. Not to mention how they are really excellent projects for practicing new techniques and using up some of the scrap fabric that is always piling up from other projects.

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Music from Epidemic Sound unless otherwise stated:
Who We Are – Gavin Luke
Elevated Consciousness – Amaranth Core
Between the Willows – Jon Björk
No Cat, No Dog – Jerry Lacey

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