Easy Sewing Machine Organizer Tutorial

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A Sewing Machine Organizer to hold all your sewing supplies right at your finger tips.  No need to step away from your sewing machine while you’re right in the middle of a project.  Just place this organizer under your sewing machine and fill it with your supplies in the pockets.  You can make the pockets any size you need.  You will love having all your supplies right there with you when you need them!

This tutorial is quick and very easy.  It’s made for beginners or advanced sewers.  If you can sew, you can do this!

They also make great gifts!

For this tutorial you can use fat quarters.

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I used a contrasting fabric for the front/back/and pocket.  Before you begin be sure to pre-wash your fabric.  This will prevent it from shrinking later if you ever need to washer it.

You can use fat quarters  for this project.

This tutorial comes in is a FREE PDF file that I have at Craftsy.  If you’re not signed up at Craftsy, is free too!

Be sure to follow the instructions exactly as they are written.

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Get  FREE PDF:  Sewing Maching Organizer Tutorial

For this project I used my Ironing Board Tray

Ironing board tray

and my DIY Magnetic Pin Holder

DIY Magnetic Pin Holder

Want more organizers?   

 Hanging Wall Organizer

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  1. Tere Fredericks says

    I saw this on Pinterest and followed the link — but don’t see a .pdf anywhere. Am I missing something? This looks really great since my DH has finally gotten my sewing machine out of storage after almost two years of nagging (we moved then, I was on a walker after a bad leg break) so I’m really looking forward to cranking it up again. This will be my second sewing project, but I can’t find the .pdf. HELP!

  2. says

    Yay! I’m so excited to have this tutorial. I saw one of these at Joanns and thought it was such a great idea. Now I’m excited to be able to make my own. Thanks!

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