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We're celebrating Pocket Week over at Expect Moore, with posts every 6 hours through August 7th, and Daily giveaways for followers!

We've also got a great linky party for you to upload your pocket-related projects, and we'll be picking winners on August 8th from the projects linked up!

Today's post is about adding a super-simple pocket to a shirt...

After finishing up LM's shorts to go with his cousin R's dress, I was all set to make a shirt to go with the shorts... but it seemed
like so much work! I was going to make a navy blue t-shirt, and then
saw a navy polo for $3 at the store. **SCORE!**

But, it had a really ugly patch on the front. I decided to remove the
patch, and cover the blemish left behind from the removal with a cute
pocket from a scrap of fabric left over from making the shorts.

I started by taking off the patch.



I then measured the area the patch had covered...

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