They’re All Quick, Easy and Very Handy!
Do you often take hand sewing projects along to work on during long car rides? They’re a great way to use the time and it’s surprising how much can be accomplished while watching the scenery scroll by.
While portable sewing kits are handy, a caddy created just for the car will make sewing so much easier. For example, the following caddy attaches to the window with suction cups.
It holds everything securely in place so you don’t need to juggle your tools while you work. Plus, you don’t need to worry about spools of thread or anything else ending up on the floor.
The caddy, created by Karen from Sew Many Ways, starts out as a suction cup sponge holder. Add a pincushion and perhaps a pair of detachable folding scissors to make it ultra handy.
Karen also has tutorials for sewing caddies made from three different cup holders. You’ll find links to them all in the article above.
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