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What is "Kangaroo Pocket" - Definition & Explanation

A pocket formed by sewing a piece of cloth over the garment leaving two open ends.
A large single front pocket with side openings, allowing both hands to be inserted, meeting in the middle. This type of accent may also be referred to as a muff pocket
Also known as a muff pocket. A large single frontpocket with side openings allowing both hands to be inserted, meeting in themiddle.
An opening at the top, forming a pouch

Some other terms

Some more terms:

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