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Wall Organizer Sewing Patterns (30+ free designs!)
Use a wall organizer in your foyer for organizing incoming mail, another in your
home office to keep files and important papers close at hand, and one in your kids'
rooms for storing books and small toys. Hang an organizer in your sewing room for
notions and tools and use one in your closet for keeping jewelry and small clothing
items organized. The storage possibilities are endless.
And the great thing about making your own fabric wall organizer is that you can
customize it as you like, making it larger or smaller as needed and just the right
shape to fit your wall space. And you can also choose the size and number of
pockets you need. And because you'll be choosing your own fabrics, you'll be able to
match your wall organizer to your room's décor.
Use clear vinyl for the pockets of your organizer if you want to be able to easily see
what's stored. Consider using grommets for your wall organizer for extra sturdiness
when hanging and for a more finished professional look. And if you want your
organizer to be strong enough to hold heavier items, consider adding a layer of
interfacing to the back panel.
And since most of these projects require sewing just a series of rectangular fabric
pieces of together, most of them should be simple and easy enough for a beginner
to sew. Just remember to start your project with a new, sharp needle in your sewing
machine, which will make it easier to sew through multiple layers of thick fabric.
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Make practical use of your wall space by sewing a fabric wall organizer! And to help
you do just that, here's a collection of over thirty free fabric wall organizer sewing
patterns, tutorials, and diy projects gathered from all over the web. So, what do
you do when you run out of space for storing all your stuff? You go vertical!