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what is the pocket on a shirt for?
A pocket on a shirt is primarily for aesthetics, but it can also serve a functional purpose. Pockets can be used to hold small objects like pens or sunglasses. Some pockets are sewn shut and cannot be opened, while others have a button or snap closure.
can you remove a pocket from a shirt?
Yes, you can remove a pocket from a shirt quite easily.
how to remove a pocket from a shirt?
If you don’t like the look of a pocket on your shirt, or if it’s in the way, you can remove it. It’s a fairly simple process that just requires a few basic sewing supplies. Once the pocket is removed, you can sew the opening shut or leave it as is.
What you’ll need:
- Needle and thread
- Seam ripper
- Turn shirt inside out
- Start by cutting away any excess fabric around the pocket. You want to make sure that you leave about ½ inch (1 cm) of seam allowance.
- If the pocket is sewn shut, use a seam ripper to carefully open it up. If the pocket has a button or snap closure, simply unsnap it.
- Once the pocket is open, carefully remove it from the shirt. Make sure that you don’t rip or tear the fabric in the process.
- If there are any visible seams, use a needle and thread to sew them shut. You can also leave the opening as is.
- That’s it! Your shirt should now be pocket-free.
To see how to do it in action, I recommend this video by Stylish D:
what is a shirt without pocket called?
A shirt without a pocket is called a plain shirt. Plain shirts don’t have any pockets, embellishments, or other features. They’re simple and basic, which makes them perfect for layering or wearing on their own.
Plain shirts are often made from solid-colored fabric, but they can also be found in prints and patterns. If you’re looking for a shirt without a pocket, be sure to check out the plain shirts at your local clothing store or online.
Nate Torres is the founder of no clout. With an interest in streetwear, he decided to start this blog and share his love of streetwear with the rest of the world. Outside of running this blog, he also has interests in photography, music, and gaming.