Published at Saturday, November 17th 2018. by Cora Bradley in Armchair.
This month's project is this adorable little sewing caddy and this. What I like to do it is, when I do him so and electric sit on my couch, nice and comfortable to do my hand sewing, but the scissors are always landing on the couch and pins sort of fall on the couch, and then it's really dangerous for Any other family members to actually sit there, so I've tried other counties, and the problem is, is that you put heavy scissors in here into the pockets and it falls on the floor.
So this one has a nice seven-inch pocket here, but it has this long edge right here, so this can actually fit underneath of the cushion of your couch or under your behind if you're sitting on a hard chair, and that way, this your any even but anything Heavy in these pockets, whether it be remote or heavy scissors or anything you're, using your patterns, and then it won't fall off the edge of the coves.
It has two pockets here for four different things has a pin cushion and it has an elastic piece right here to store threads and seam rippers or anything else you might need. So this project is done using both your serger as well as your sewing machine and I've used my waive stitch on my serger to get a really pretty decorative edge so for this project, if you're going to buy fabric for it, you're going to need seven eighths Of an arm of any fabric, but you can also use scraps so what you're? How you're going to start to cut? This is you're going to cut to ten inch strips of fabric by the length, but from selvage to selvage abuse, two different colors for that you're.
Also going to need one strip set up ten inches by 14 inches for the pocket and you're going to need two small rectangles four inches by six inches for the pincushion you're, also going to need to cut some heavy fusible interface. Things such as deco bond and then that's going to be ten inches times the width of the fabric and that's going to get fused to one edge and you're also going to need one piece of deco bond ten inches by 7 inches to line the inside edge Of the pockets you're going to need one six inch strip of 1/2 inch wide elastic to hold your threads in you're, also going to need a little bit of fiberfill to stuff your pincushion okay, because this has a pretty decorative edge.
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