Next up is the pocket receipts. Finish these along the long edge.
Now place the prepared pocket facings, left sides together, on the pocket bags made of lining fabric and sew them in place along the trimmed edge with a straight stitch.
Now place the finished pocket pouches on the pocket opening edge right sides together of the front trousers and sew them together with 1cm.
OR: Now place the finished pocket bag-1 on the pocket opening edge, right sides together, on the pocket opening edge of the front trousers and sew them together with 1cm.
In order to get the seam of the pocket opening nice and flat, you can iron out the seam allowance in the first step and only then turn the pocket bag inside out and stitch the opening edge with a 0.5 cm wide stitching foot.
OR: In order to get the seam of the pocket opening nice and flat, you can iron out the seam allowance in the first step and only then turn the pocket bag inside out and topstitch the opening edge with 0.2cm and 0.7cm stitching foot width and narrow edge.
OR: If you don't topstitch the edge separately, the seam allowances can also be topstitched flat. This method not only makes the final ironing easier, but also means that the facing automatically lies inwards and does not roll out if it is not topstitched separately. Only the facing is stitched close to the edge of the seam allowance. The stitching line can then only be seen from the wrong side of the fabric, but not from the right side.
Now take the large pocket bag made of outer fabric and place it right sides together on top of the pocket bag that you just turned over. Sew the bags together at the curve and neaten the seam allowances together.
Set an auxiliary seam of 0.5 cm so that the pocket is held correctly and can be included later when processing the waistband. The pocket is ready.
Have lots of fun with it