This time the only change I made was to reduce the size of the back pockets by 1cm all the way around.
The back pocket design is the same one as I used on my blue denim jeans for last year’s SWAP but this time I used Gutterman 697 Upholstery Thread and Stitch 47 in Mode 2 on my Janome MemoryCraft 5200 which I think is a triple straight stitch. You also saw here how I had initially sewed them on, this looks much better.
You may have noticed I have added a small design feature a second rivet at the top of the back pockets, well I got a bit carried away with putting the rivets on and accidently caught extra fabric in the Prym Tool and had this hole to cover.
The fabric I used for the pocket lining is left over from this bag.
Now for the rest of the details:
|Jeans button and zip|
|Coin pocket and rivets|
This completes my Everyday collection for SWAP and is my 8th piece.
Ann who has been one of the contestants for the Great British Sewing Bee, is also our co-ordinator for all our photos for the SWAP so luckily for me the SWAP deadline has been moved to 10 May as I still have 3 garments to complete.