I have seen different types of spice organizers in wood,bottles and even in polythene.(polythene is sticky after some time) It takes alot of space in the cupbords.Also It is a hassle to open them one by one while cooking.I use different types of spices in my daily cooking and this is an easy organizer (all in one) out of fabric which can be also washed in 40°depending on the fabric you use.
Also this can be used to organize buttons,beads,and for tiny stuffs too.
You can make it to any size with 8 to 10 cups or more to organize all the spices which you use in your daily cooking.
I am pretty sure that it will touch the heart of many people,so don't forget to cast your vote.Thanks in Advance!
Please excuse my poor quality pictures taken with the phone.
Step 1: Supplies
1/4" Thick Felt
Medium Thin Felt
Sewing Machine -Not in pic
A Pot lid
Spices - Not in pic
Step 2: Template
Step 3: Cut
Measure the circumference of the bottom piece and cut a long band out of printed and plain pieces for the sides.-width 2 1/2 inches. leave extra for sewing.
Cut lining out of 1/4" thick felt (Brown) for the band.same size . Sorry forgot to take a picture.You can see it in the next step.
Step 5: Padding
Fold the plain fabric sewing allowance as shown in image 1 and mark around with a fabric chalk on the thick felt to get the measurement.(image 2) for the padding. Cut around the felt,place it inbetween the two fabric and sew the Padding.
Step 6: Attatch Side Band
Step 7: Attatch Together
Step 8: Spice Cups
Leave sewing allowances.
Step 9: Lid
Place the 1/4" thick brown felt in between the two printed fabric and pin it.Then go around pinning the band,do a tacking stitch before sewing by machine.Trim the edges and do neatning.
Step 10: Tan Ta Dah!!
I need a bigger one which I hope to do later.
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