It’s Great for the Sewing Room and Elsewhere, Too!
Dresser tops collect all sorts of odds and ends, often being cluttered and messy. That makes it hard to find something when you’re in a hurry and easy to lose little things.
Organize the top of your dresser with a fabric coin catcher. It’s great for containing some of that clutter and restoring order.
This is a simple project and one that can be completed quickly. Plus, it can be used in the sewing room and elsewhere, not just for dresser clutter. In fact, it’s perfect for next to the door to catch things before they become clutter.
The fabric box, designed by Alicia Thommas, finishes at 8″ x 6″ and is 3″ deep. You can easily size it up or down. A set of two or three sizes would make a lovely gift.
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