Hello Rory and Co,I actually prefer single jet pockets on my trousers. I would like to ask if you do anything different for a single as opposed to a double jet. There are two places where I know different approaches could be taken. The first is how much seam allowance to use on the jets. For a double jet, one simply butts them up at the center of the pocket opening. For a single jet, one might consider shifting the seam allowance for the showing jet (bottom) farther past the center of the pocket opening up towards the top in order to keep the thickness of the jet uniform. This gets kind of finicky when sewing though.The second is the option of folding down the non-showing (top) jet and using it as the pocket facing. This saves a layer of material , but results in an additional fold. Are there any reasons why this might be less than ideal?Thanks all!