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Sewing Caddy Organizer Free Pattern

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This Sewing Caddy Organizer is designed to organize sewing supplies but can also be used to organize anything you like. The fabrics used in the featured organized as well as the free pattern are from Robert Kaufman.

The finished measurements of this projects are 12” x 9-1/2” x 6-1/2”

This organizer is similar to this Caddy Organizer that I made using the pattern By Annie PBA-225 Catch All Caddy, but this one is for FREE ;-).  The Sewing Caddy Organizer is more simple, it doesn’t have the rectangular rings and it is not finished with bias binding, but it is also very useful to organizer your supplies.

The Free pattern is available as a pdf download and there are 10 pages to print.  It has step by step illustrated instructions that are easy to follow. The sewing level for this project is Experienced Intermediate.

 

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To make an organizer like this it is very important to use a suitable stabilizer.  The organizer has to stands on its own and should be sturdy enough to hold your supplies and tools. I would use Eva Floor Underlayment –  it is cheaper and doesn’t crease as the Foam Interfacing does – give it a try!

I hope you like this pattern and find it useful.

Happy Sewing!

 


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