Sewing Caddy Tutorial by Sew Not Perfect
This convenient caddy sits under your machine to hold notions or collect clippings and is ideal for sewing at home, at classes or retreats. The smaller size keeps it out of the way and appropriate for a serger as well as a sewing machine. A large pocket can hold scissors or a rotary cutter, or be used to collect thread and fabric clippings - it can even be positioned to catch the fabric cut off by the serger blade. A smaller pocket is the ideal size for your seam ripper, fabric marking tool, hem gauge, or other tools, and a convenient strap holds fabric clips. This caddy will keep everything you need organized and within armís reach. Find our Wildland Poplins here ! Follow this link to get the tutorial!
Care Instructions: To increase the longevity of your fabrics, hand-wash, or wash on a gentle cycle in cold water with like colors using a fragrance free, non-chlorinated detergent. Dry your fabric on a low/ medium cycle or line-dry.