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Box-it-up

$7.95

Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Construction
  • Fundamentals
  • Pockets
  • Topstitching
  • Zipper

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  • Digital Pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

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  • This pattern was designed by a Craftsy independent design partner!
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Pattern Details

This ingenious organizer consists of 4 triangular compartments which neatly fold up into a box. Each compartment opens up wide so you can easily see and access your goodies. The pattern comes in two sizes. The large one is perfect to stow sewing supplies, make-up, jewelry, and toiletries. It has see-through pockets and an elastic thread holder. It is completely customizable, you can add as many pockets as you wish. The small version would be great to keep pencils, crayons, rulers, and erasers. Sew one for your kids and send them to school in style with their own personalized case. Stop searching for your supplies, they are now all nicely boxed up in one place! Finished Size: Large - Closed - 8 ½“ W x 4 ½“ Square (Opened - 8 ½“ W x 18“ L) Small - Closed - 8 ½“W x 3“ Square (Opened- 8 ½“ W x 12“ L) This is a 53 page PDF pattern, 39 pages of step by step instructions, loaded with pictures & 13 pages of full-size pattern pieces (cutting measurements also included). The pattern is downloadable immediately upon purchase. There are no refunds. If you have any questions you can reach me via email or on my Facebook group... https://www.facebook.com/groups/MomentsDesigns/ Happy Sewing! XXX

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/3 yard Exterior fabric
  • 1 FQ Accent ( Large version)
  • 1/3 yard Lining ( Large)

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MOMENTS Designs
MOMENTS Designs
Hi, my name is Liz Schaffner and I am the quirky designer behind MOMENTS Designs. I live in Germany with my hubby (aka Mr. M) and more fabric and machines then l would like to admit to. I have sewn for as long as l can remember and a couple of years ago l started writing my own patterns. I have a love for faux leather and machine embroidery and l love to combine the two in my bags/patterns. Even though my patterns are designed for using faux leather, they can easily be made with fabrics. Best of all, you do not need an industrial machine to sew my patterns (l do not own one, l sew on a Juki TL98). My patterns are filled with step by step instructions, tons of photos, tips & tricks but most important...all my linings fit! Not baggy bottoms here! Happy Sewing Liz