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Cut 2 rectangles – they will be the length you want BY selvedge to selvedge measurements (around 45″). In the top four corners of all 2 rectangles, sew the lip of the pocket (right sides of pocket and skirt together), quarter inch in or half inch in. Gather the front rectangle (front part of you skirt) to half your waist size.
For example, my rectangles were 45″ wide and length was 24″. Cut 4 pocket pieces, shaped like image below, make sure to include a quarter to half inch of a lip fo attaching to the skirt. Then gather the back of the skirt to be bigger than half you hip size. Join the rectangle’s corners and sewn pockets by pinning and sewing around the edge of the pocket over and around the pocket into the 3 edges of the skirt, making sure to sew in just a little bit past the where the pocket was joined to the skirt. Cut a waistband width you like (I like 2 to 3.5 inches), but doubled (4 to 7 inches) plus one inch for seam allowance.
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