How To Make A Hanging Wall Organizer {sewing tutorial}

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These Hanging Wall Organizers have so many uses.  They are great for holding sewing supplies, patterns, college books, dvd’s, magazines, note pads, or put one in your bathroom to hold your brushes or makeup.

Create several to match all your rooms.  You can get creative as you want by using several different colors of fabric and ribbons.  They are easy to make and make great gifts for family and friends.  I made this one for my daughter to put all her painting supplies in.

Materials you will need:

44/45 inch-wide cotton fabrics:

  • 1/3 yard peach mint-print
  • 3/4 yard contrasting peach print (for back)
  • 1/2 yard gold print (for pocket lining)
Sewing thread to match fabrics
1/4 yard narrow white decorative lace trim
1 yard white 1/4-inch ribbon
2 yards heavy-weight fusible stabilizer
3 white 5/8-inch buttons
Tailor’s chalk or air-soluble fabric pen
Three silk flower of your choice (optional)
Narrow three branch or dowel


Easy Wall Organizer Tutorial Snapshot




  1. says

    This is a great idea! I love your fabric and I do love the idea of customizeing to the season. I think this would be very useful in the guest romm. And easy to wash and go again. Thanks for sharing.

  2. says

    This is soo stinking adorable.. I just love the patterns you picked.. soo pretty!
    Thank so much for sharing with the Pink HIppo party.. I am your newest follower!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus


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