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 Bluprint sewing organization ideas.

Let’s organize our sewing rooms!

Tool holder easel pattern on Bluprint.com

Photo via Bluprint 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 Bluprint 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 Bluprint 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 Bluprint 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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8 Responses to “Sew Organized: 4 Patterns to Get Your Sewing Room Back on Track”
  1. mareeroslyn@gmail.com
    mareeroslyn@gmail.com

    Hi the link is now there for the Thread catcher – but it logs you out or returns you to the home page. No pattern?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello,

      Thank you for contacting us. Patterns are still getting added onto the site. I apologize for the wait.

      Best regards.

      Reply
    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Diana,

      Thank you for contacting us. The free patterns are still getting added to the site. I apologize for the wait.

      Thank you!

      Reply
  2. tonilong517696091
    tonilong517696091

    This is crap!!! I’ve followed these so-called “links” 4 times now to try to find either a class or a pattern for the sewing organizer items (machine apron, tool holder, stabilizer keeper, etc.), and your new site keeps going in a loop with nothing to find. The old BluPrint site was MUCH better – at least you could find what you were looking for. Improve this, please, or I will never renew again. Such a mistake!!

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello, we are still working on loading content onto the site. If a link or download is not working for you, please attempt your access again in a few weeks. Thanks!

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      • Heather Wood
        Heather Wood

        Ok Its been weeks since the OP posted this. When are these links going to be active?

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        • Customer Service
          Customer Service

          Hello Heather,

          Thank you for contacting us. The free patterns are still getting added to the site. I apologize for the wait.

          Thank you!

          Reply