Introduction: DIY: Recycled Pocket Organizer
Is your sewing equipment all over the place? Need to get it organized? Well now you can organize all of your basic sewing tools with just a few recycled items! What's so great about this pocket organizer is that you have the items right in your home already! So lets get started! :)
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Step 1: Materials
You will need:
~ Fabric (your choice of length)
~ Old Jeans (for pockets)
~ Basic Sewing Skills
~ Needle & Thread
Step 2: Organize the Pockets
Once all of your pockets are cut off your old jeans, you may want to figure out where you will place them. So place your recycled pockets onto the fabric where you would like to sew them. This was my first decision of placement. Of course you are able to switch if you'd like.
Step 3: Cut Your Fabric
Now you'll need to cut the fabric down to the size you would like your organizer. You may want to cut it based on the amount of old jean pockets you have.
Step 4: Thread Your Needle
Thread your needle and make sure to have a secure knot at the end of the thread.
Step 5: Sew, Sew, Sew!
In order to sew your pockets, you'll need a little patience. Just remember the placement of the pockets on your fabric and make sure you don't see your stitches unless that's the look you're going for!
Once you've finished sewing on all your pockets, your'e finished! Wasn't that simple? Now an option will be to turn this wonderful organizer into a wall organizer by nailing it to your wall! I hope you liked this project. Have a nice day!
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- Zevion made it!