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It is common for a wedge cut under the patch pocket. If it is on your jacket that is where the besom pocket will have to be made and the position of the new pockets will be much lower than normal. Nothing you can do about it if the cut is there. If you have a breast patch and want to convert to a breast welt pocket it is a major pain and very difficult to make on a finished garment. If you use an alteration person who isn't practiced in making pockets it could turn out...
you could try posting more often
Don't know why the higher ups haven't dubiously honored you. You're as much a part of the landscape here as anyone else
You're suppose to put it in your calendar not on your radar. You're messing it all up, you dope!
See you there Claymore but I'm leaving on the 20th
It's fullness in the sleeve, pressing will get rid of it. Cause is not related to size or fit. pressed by a tailor not a dry cleaner 
Post a picture of your jacket
That would be be determined between your tailor and yourself.  Last time I remade something was 6 or 7 years ago. Client hated the "open quarters". Said who could never wear a jacket cut like that. Since there isn't a way to close the fronts, I remade two jackets.  Those were the only 2 (actually 4) jackets I made for him. I think he buys Armani suits now. Designers have cred that tailors only wish they had.
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