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What is "Patch Pocket" - Definition & Explanation

A pocket made by sewing a patch of shaped material to the outside of a garment. Usually made of self-material and generally has no pleats or lining.
A pocket added to a garment usually made of self material and without pleats of lining, like a shirt pocket.
A pocket attached to the outside of a garment.
Pieces of fabric attached, like a patch, to the outside of the garment. Also called "applied pocket."

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