Add a design to the pocket of a shirt; make a subtle statement.
Pockets are little spotlights for embroidery designs.
Embroidering on pockets can be difficult or impossible. How is it hooped?
Does the entire pocket need to come off, and if so, how does it go back on?
How much plotting and scheming does one need to do in order to stitch onto a pocket?!?!
Having the right hoop such as the Melco Micro Pocket Clamp can make adding your favorite embroidery designs to pockets, pant legs and bags easier and you want have to remove a pocket!!!
Great for adding embroidery designs to shirt sleeves, pant legs, pockets and bags.
Outer frame dimension: 4.5" x 4.5"
Sew field: 2.6" x 2.75"
Driver mounted Clamps for Embroidery on pocket fronts.
Sewing on pockets can be challenging due to lack of space but with smaller sewing arms offered on some embroidery machines, like the melco amaya, sewing on pocket fronts has become possible!
The pocket clamps have a hand tightened knob on the top that open and close the top window. These stainless steel clamps are built to last. They slide right onto your cap driver to help maximize the sewing field.
Note: not all sewing arms are created equal, so not all sewing arms will fit in all pockets and still have room to sew.
We do not currently have a pocket clamp that is compatible with Barudan machines.
33289 FRAME, 2.5X3.75IN POCKET CLAMP
33290 FRAME, 3.0X3.75IN POCKET CLAMP
33291 FRAME, 3.5X3.75IN POCKET CLAMP
Debra, I will ask Hoop Tech but it depends on the diameter of the glove on the pocket clamp compared to the diameter of the open arm on your machine. You will be limited by that diameter and whether the glove can rotate and sew like a cap can. .