20-7. REPAIR - Continued
To attach pockets and flaps to fronts, turn in edges of breast pocket 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) if not prehemmed. Position
pockets and stitch 1/16 to 1/8 inch (0.15 to 0.35 cm) from folded edge around sides and bottom, tacking tops. Position
breast pocket flap above pockets so line of stitching will lay away from pocket. Stitch to fronts 3/16 to 1/4 inch (0.50 to
0.65 cm) from overedged edge. Turn flap sewn and raise stitch 1/4 to 5/16 inch (0.65 to 0.90 cm) from fold, tacking ends.
Turn pocket opening side of handwarmer pockets on shirt to inside and stitch 3/8 to 1/2 inch (1 to 12.5 cm) from folded
edge for hem. Position handwarmer pockets, turning seam allowance under and stitch 1/8 to 3/16 inch (0.35 to 0.50 cm)
from folded edges.
(16) Eyelets: Replace missing, loose, badly split and off center eyelet holes. Darn enlarged eyelet holes with
polyester thread. Punch holes receiving eyelets smaller than outside diameter of eyelet barrel so that barrel must
be forced through the material.
Table 20-9. Side Fastener Lengths (Undershirt)
(17) Ruff: T he ruff has a 1 inch wide hook fastener tape (with an approximate cut length of 2 inches), Olive Green
106 for the attachment points connecting the ruff to the ECWCS Parka and 2 inch wide hook and loop fastener
tape (with an approximate cut length of 3 3/8 inches), Olive Green 106 for the ends of the ruff. Both tapes shall
conform to type II, class 1 of MIL-F-21840. The ruff also has male (stud and post) snap fasteners, style 2A,
conforming to MIL-F-10884.
Table 20-9. 1. Stitching Instructions (Ruff)
After cleaning and repair, resize garments according to sizes listed in Tables 20-10 through 20-15 below. When
garments vary in size from original marking, obliterate old marking and re-mark with proper size using indelible pencil or
waterproof ink. When actual measurements do not correspond to the size indicated, relabel to the next lowest size.
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