This Organizer is Very Easy to Make!
Place this easel organizer next to your machine to keep tools and other items organized and easy to find. Clip the pattern you’re working on right to the organizer and you’ll have everything you need within sight.
The organizer is actually a large envelope with pockets on the front (or is that the back?). An artist’s canvas board is tucked into the envelope to provide a stable surface for clipping patterns to. The detachable pin cushion is always handy.
A Dritz Getta Grip clip was used by the designer for attaching printouts to the easel. However, Wonder Clips will work nicely too.
The easel stand was purchased locally. Look for a plate stand or even a tablet stand to support your organizer. Just make sure the easel stand is at least 7″ or 8″ tall and is wide enough to be stable.
Other items you’ll need include:
The finished organizer, designed by Alicia Thommas at Sew4Home, is approximately 14″ wide x 11″ high.
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