Round bellows pocket
Creating a bellows pocket from a standard pocket pattern:
Trace the outline of your pocket on a piece of tracing paper. Draw a second line inside the traced line approx. 1 1/2" (4 cm) away. This is your facing piece. For each pocket, cut one pocket and two facing pieces.
Clean-finish the upper edge of the pocket and facing pieces. Fold over top edges along seamline, press in place and topstitch On one facing piece, turn under the outer seam allowance and press in place. Place facing pieces right sides together and stitch around inner seamline. Trim seam allowance and clean-finish raw edge. Place unpressed raw edge of facing piece and pocket right sides together. Stitch along outer seamline, making sure not to catch second facing piece in stitching. Trim seam allowance and clean-finish raw edge. Turn pocket right side out and press. Topstitch a single or double row of stitching around outer edge of pocket piece. Position pocket on garment and pin in place, folding outer pocket out of the stitching line. Topstitch pocket to garment close to edge and again 1/4" (7 mm) away.