Choose Your Favorite Fabrics for These Sewing Room Helpers!
Whether you make one or all of these charming projects, you’ll love having them in your sewing room. Make them up in fabrics you love and enjoy how they help keep things organized.
Choose between the sewing kit, scissors holders, zippered bag, fabric baskets, and cute cactus pincushion. They’re all simple to make and go together quickly.
The folding “And Sew We Go” organizer will keep your hand-sewing tools handy and protected. There’s room for pins, needles, scissors, rulers, clips and more.
It’s 6 1/2″ x 7″ closed and 20″ x 7″ when open.
A pretty flower button decorates this sweet “Quilted Scissors Holder.” The companion cord secures your good scissors and protects them when not in use. The finished holder is 3 1/2″ x 6 1/2″.
Use up some of those scraps that are too nice to toss in this handy “Quilted Zippered Bag.” You’re sure to find many ways to put it to good use. A cute scissors charm is a lovely finishing touch. The completed bag is 7″ x 10″.
Colorful, festive prints combine for a set of handy fabric baskets. Buttons provide a fun finishing touch. The large “Fun Fabric Basket” is 12″ x 7″ x 4″ while the small one is 4″ x 4″ x 4″. Instructions are provided for making a basket of any size.
Finally, the “Pins and Needles Pincushion” is a fun addition to your sewing space. Stuffed fabric balls stacked like a cactus are glued to a golf tee and inserted into a spool of thread. The pincushion is 2″ tall (minus the golf tee).
All of these projects were designed by Chris Malone. You’ll find the patterns in Springtime Sewing, along with several other fun and easy projects.
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