Bias for pockets?
The sun came out today (something of an event this time of year in Scotland!) so I went shopping!?
I've got some lovely linen/cotton blue fabric to make an A-line bias cut skirt. The pattern is very plain, just a 1 piece front and 1 piece back, side zip.
Thing is I can't survive without pockets.
If it was an ordinary skirt I'd just put in quarter top pockets (bought some white with blue flowers cotton, very spring like!) and not worry, but I'm not used to sewing on the bias. Should I not do this, are they going to go a bit strange on the faced pocket edge? Would on seam pockets be better?
If it is ok should I cut the pockets pieces on the straight grain or also the bias and would iron-on interfacing help at all?