Today we’re going to add inside pockets onto a blazer. I love the blazer, but the pockets that came with it are essentially non-functional. The opening is a vertical slit and they are only a few inches deep. I’m pretty sure I would only trust them to hold my chapstick, if that. So, we will be adding a pair of patch pockets to the inside of the blazer to make it that much more useful.
I recently got the chance to have some photography done by the talented Dave Blenis showcasing some of my homemade clothes. I was blown away by his photographs. They made my clothes seem legit! I had made this shirt last year prior to my sewing blog, so never got a chance to share it until just now. Though I had made the shirt from scratch, the method of applying an open back bow can be used for any t-shirt refashion and is a fun and easy way to spice up your wardrobe. So read along for my T-Shirt Refashion – Open Back Bow Tutorial!