A great stocking stuffer!
2. Fold neutral solid in half lengthwise, right sides together. Stitch ¼" from the edge around the 3 open edges, starting at the edge next to the fold. Leave about an inch gap in one side for turning. Make sure to backstitch at the beginning and end of each stitch line. When you come to a corner, simply stop with the needle down, lift the presser foot and rotate the piece so you can begin sewing on the next edge. Remember to put your presser foot down after turning! Clip the corners before turning the pocket right side out. (pocket details here)
3. Once your pocket is turned right side out, press. The top lip of the pocket is the fold. The bottom edge of the pocket contains the small hole used to turn the pocket right side out. This hole will be stitched closed later when attaching the pocket to the flannel.
It is now time to add the novelty fabric!
Using a small scrap of fusible web, follow the manufacturer's instructions to adhere it to the 1 ½" x 2 ¾" novelty print rectangle. Then adhere the novelty fabric to the pocket, leaving space at the top of the pocket to embroider if desired.
4. Use a zig zag or blanket stitch to secure the novelty fabric applique to the pocket. Embroider the wording "Tooths 25¢" using a marking pencil if desired or stitch free hand as I did.
5. Pin the pocket in place on one flannel rectangle as shown.
And there you have it! Hope you like it!