Create a Handy Wall Organizer from Old Jeans

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Pockets from old jeans are put to good use in a handy wall organizer for your sewing room. Or, hang it up near the door to catch keys and such, in the bath or bedroom, in a man cave or anywhere that could use a handy catchall.

It also makes a nice gift for dorm rooms, casual offices and more.

If you don’t have enough old jeans on hand, you’re sure to find them at thrift stores and garage sales. Choose pairs that have back pockets in good shape.

Denim Pocket Organizer

“Denim Pocket Sewing Room Organizer” found on Pinterest.

While we could not find a pattern for the organizer pictured above, it won’t be hard to make your own. Notice how the pockets are stitched onto opened up legs. Belt loops are used to tie the organizer to a wooden hanger.

The following organizer features pockets sewn to squares of fabric. Cut the pockets close to the seamed edges and sew them down following the existing stitching lines. A hanging sleeve was added to hang it from a rod. Click here for “An Upcycling Project for Denim Pockets” containing instructions from Cloth Paper Scissors.

Hanging Denim Pocket Organizer

The next organizer is made of pockets sewn down to a fabric backing that slides over a hanger. The instructions are included in Denim All Around, which can be purchased here.

Denim Organizer

Decide on a background for your pockets, organize them in a pleasing way and determine how to hang your organizer. Make sure all raw edges are turned under or hemmed. In the end you’ll have a very functional piece that can be used just about anywhere and washed if needed.

You’ll find additional ideas with this Google search.


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