Mini Sewing Tool Organizers

Thursday, April 18, 2019


Happy Wednesday! Today I have some super cute little projects to share!


I've loved making and gifting sewing organizers made with the #10 Sewing Caddy Pattern by Sew Can She. I've made four and they're really satisfying to make. Caroline recently revamped the pattern and included a new mini size! Of course I had to make some, the size is so cute. It uses a #2.5 size can. The cans I bought had 28 oz of whole tomatoes in them!

She also launched a video course for this pattern, which you can find here: #10 Sewing Caddy Video Course and Pattern


I made two because why make one when you can make two? This one I gave to my friend Jacey. I wanted to use a precious fabric on both of the organizers, so for this one I used a print from Habitat by Jay McCaroll for the main fabric. I mixed in a solid and prints from Doe by Carolyn Friedlander and Nordika to finish it off.


These were fun colors to work with, pretty different for me!


And here is the organizer I made for myself! For the focal print I used this beautiful print from the first Liberty Lifestyle collection. I paired it with this awesome plaid from Daisy Chain by Annabel Wrigley, a star print from Stella by Lotta Jansdotter, and a print from Nordika for the lining.


This is my favorite way to pull fabrics for a project. Start with a really colorful focal print and pull blenders directly from it.


See my other organizers made from this pattern: Halloween + Constellations organizers, Patchwork + Sheep organizers, Lore organizer.

Find the pattern here: #10 Caddy Pattern by Sew Can She.
Find the video course here: #10 Sewing Caddy Video Course and Pattern by Sew Can She.

Happy Sewing!

2 comments :

  1. This is a terrific caddy. I think I will make one for my sister. She does not sew, but she has little things to put someplace when she comes home from her job at NIH, badge pens scissors etc (I used to be a nurse so I know the stuff you carry in your lab coat too) I will make her one very soon. Great inspiration, Jeni

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