I decided to play around with the topstitched pockets and use a pocket with flare. The technique is the same as a "normal" pocket, one just has more visual appeal (and is more difficult to turn, but we'll get to that later). The first pocket is going to be demonstrated on Sofilantjes' Amare Dress.
I suggest that you don't stitch the lower end yet as you don't want multiples lines of stitching.
You can find the pattern for this pocket HERE.
This type of pocket is often found in the side seam of pants and skirts. For this part of the tutorial, I free-handed my pocket pattern. You will want a "pattern piece" so that your pieces are equal. This pocket is going to be demonstrated on Sofilantjes' Brueram Dress.
The "pointed" end of the pocket is the top while the rounded end is the bottom.
Check out Sofilantjes' other amazing patterns HERE.