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   3. The pocket depth is appropriate for the location. Linings do not extend
       below the hem fold in jackets.
   4. Openings, flaps, and welts are interfaced when necessary for body and
       shape retention.
   5.  Pockets are cut on the appropriate grain with the fabric design
       matched, if applicable. Bias welts and flaps are properly stabilized and
       not stretched during their application.
   6. Enclosed seams are trimmed, usually to one-fourth inch (.64 cm.) or
       less.
   7. There are no holes, pleats, or puckers at the ends of the slashed
       openings. The ends are angled identically on both sides of garment as
       indicated by the design.
   8. Flaps, when present, are of sufficient length to cover the welts and lie
       flat.
   9. The pocket facing is fashion fabric applied to the pocket lining,
       directly beneath the pocket opening, when buttonhole or narrow single
       welts are used, to prevent the lining from showing when the pocket is
       being used.
   10. Fabric triangles formed at the ends of the slashed openings are
       secured with several rows of small stitches or with bartacks.
   11. Lining fabrics are appropriate for the location and for the fashion
       fabric weight, care requirements, and use.
   12. Raw edges of the lining are appropriately finished as required for the
       pocket location.
   13. Paired pockets appear identical in length, width at openings, and the
       distance from the garment edge.
   14. Pockets lie flat without pulling, twisting, or rolling.
 
EDGE TREATMENTS
Bindings   - A binding is a strip of fabric, usually bias, used to enclose the
raw edges of a neckline or other areas of a garment. As it is visible on the
right side of the garment as well as on the wrong side, it can be decorative as
well as functional.
 
   1. The width of the binding is even.
   2. The binding is securely applied with the appropriate stitch length and
       no rippling.
   3. The binding is suitable in weight, fiber content, care method, and style
       to the garment on which it is to be used.
 

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