Customize it to Fit Your Tools and Supplies!
This pretty sewing station drapes over the arm of a sofa or chair for easy access to hand-sewing tools. It keeps everything handy and folds up when you’re done, making it easy to sit down and sew whenever you have a few minutes and clean up the clutter quickly.
Customize yours with a variety of pocket options, with and without flaps, so it works just right for your tools and supplies. Other options include the cute snap-on pincushion cube and the magnetic needle minder that sit on top of the arm, as well as a covered needle keeper. You can even alter the length so it fits nicely over your sofa’s arm.
While functional, it’s also beautiful since it essentially becomes part of your decor when in use. Choose prints you love, fussy cut motifs if you want, and add some hand or machine quilting for texture.
This organizer is great for hand sewing but can also be customized for other crafts. For example, channels can be added for crochet hooks or leave a large pocket for an embroidery hoop.
The designer, Ali Phillips from Arabesque Scissors has done a wonderful job with this organizer design so that you can make it into just what you need. It will also make a lovely gift.
A thread-catcher bucket addon is available for free. Learn more here and click here for the pattern.
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