I had this idea pop into my head this morning... to use the breast pocket of a men's shirt to make another version of a no-sew embroidery hoop wall pocket! (I'm sure I'm not the first person to have this idea, but I still think it's pretty cool!)
It's ridiculously simple. Find a piece of old clothing with a pocket, place it how you want it in the embroidery hoop, tighten the screw, and cut of the excess fabric around the edges! Ta-da!
The size of the hoop depends on the size/style of the clothing item or the look you're going for (if you'll notice, I did something different with the jeans pocket). I used a 9 inch diameter hoop for the shirt pockets. I used a smaller size for the jeans, since it was a bigger pocket and I was experimenting with a different style for the pocket.
This is a great way to save a piece of clothing with sentimental value... like your dad's or grandfather's old shirt... and turn it into some functional wall art. Or if you don't have any shirts/jeans lying around ready for crafting, you can just hit up your local thrift store! (all my embroidery hoops are from the thrift store as well!)