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Sew Organized: 4 Patterns to Get Your Sewing Room Back on Track

Our sewing rooms can often become ground zero for chaos. Let's make cleaning them up a little more fun. These delightful projects will inspire you to get, and stay, organized.

Sewing Organization Pinterest

A place for everything and everything in its place. Easy to say, but much more difficult to actually make happen without a concerted effort. Get on track with these Craftsy sewing organization ideas.

Let's organize our sewing rooms!

Tool holder easel pattern on Craftsy.com

Photo via Craftsy member Sew Together

Tool holder

The tool caddie above keeps your most often used tools within easy reach and then folds down into a compact case for travel and storage. It would also make a wonderful gift, since having one will make you the envy of all of you sewing friends. I think I need one.

Get the Tooly Tool Holder Easel pattern here.

Embroidery stabilizer keeper pattern.

Photo via Craftsy member IGottaStitch

Stabilizer keeper

I have seen many stabilizer holders, but this one is by far one of the classiest. Hang it on the wall or on a door. With vinyl pockets, it is easy to see the stabilizer type. Bias covered edges provide both protection and appeal as they match the base fabric. I need one of these, too.

Get the Embroidery Stabilizer Keeper pattern here.

Sewing machine apron pattern.

Photo via Craftsy member Schlosser Designs

Sewing Machine Apron

Another great idea, this sewing machine apron and thread catcher can be customized to your decor and pockets can be adjusted to your needs.

Get the Sewing Machine Apron pattern here.

Thread keeper pattern on craftsy.com

Photo via Craftsy member Curry Bungalow

Thread Catcher

I can see I am going to be busy, because this is another one of those must-have patterns. Thread keeper, scissor keeper, and pin cushion all in one, this gem would be useful to machine and hand sewers, quilters, and embroiderers.

Get the Sew In Style Thread Catcher pattern here.

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24 Comments

Margarita Granados

Love your projects!

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Debbie Henry

Thanks, Margarita! Craftsy has many talented artisans. These projects in particular would be very useful in my sewing room!

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Ruth Freeman

Very cute projects… but most of our sewing rooms are way beyond this …its storage for Fabrics …patterns …organizing scraps …organizing thread and UFOs unfinished objects. Organizing printed projects magazines and books…

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Delores Collins

like ur sewing ideas

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Debbie Henry

Thanks, Delores. There is a wonderful collection of great patterns here, just wish I had more time to make some!

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norma king

I’d love to make just about everything listed here….wish I had more time…but we can always dream.

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Debbie Henry

Me too, Norma. I would LOVE to have each of these things!

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susan combs

i need a good potholder pattern can you help me

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Irene S

Thanks for these great ideas.

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Debbie Henry

You are quite welcome, Irene. Glad you enjoyed them!

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Sonja Jobes

Awesome ! Organization help is the best !! I can’t hardly get through the clutter, but I will be working on these projects this weekend ! Thank you!

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Debbie Henry

When I have to look for things, it takes the fun out of sewing. Be sure to post your creations in the projects area so we can enjoy!

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Francisca Paz Simoes

amei as suas pecas.beijo!

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Cheryl Joyce Hilliker

Sewing room organization pins are great!! So busy checking out the posts I forgot to pin!! Now to go back and start pinning these great “I Wants”!!

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Debbie Henry

I know, Cheryl. I want every one of these things!

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Alta

I want to order the toot holder but I can’t seen to download it

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Debbie Henry

Links above go to the vendor for purchase Mercedes.

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Judi Douglass

I think of these projects as gifts for special quilting friends. So exciting.

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Debbie Henry

Lucky friends, Judi!

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Jen

Is there a working link to the Tooly Tool Holder Easel pattern? I can’t find one!

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Janet

Love all of these patterns thank you so much for your e/mail

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Debbie Henry

Thanks for reading, Janet!

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