Created by: JulieKSU91
Project

Fabric, Refillable, Notepad Covers

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Notepad Organizers PDF Pattern Link to website or photo http://www.dogundermydesk.com/store/patterns/notepad-organizers-pdf-pattern/ What are you most proud of? I added a pen/cil loop that is not in the pattern and it came out well! What advice would you give someone starting this project? You can use your rotary cutter to cut the pattern pieces and fabric. If you plan on making a lot of these, print them on cardstock or use plastic template sheets. These are easy to resize for other sizes of paper. Find a great deal on packs of them and build the covers around that size. I found 24, 5" x 8" for less than $6! for my next set of them.

You Can Make This

JulieKSU91 made Fabric, Refillable, Notepad Covers with:

  • * Less than one fat quarter of the outer fabric * Less than one fat quarter of the lining fabric * 1/4 yard fusible interfacing (Pellon 101) * Peltex * 3/8" knit elastic
  • or on some
  • fold-over elastic

Project Description

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Notepad Organizers PDF Pattern Link to website or photo http://www.dogundermydesk.com/store/patterns/notepad-organizers-pdf-pattern/ What are you most proud of? I added a pen/cil loop that is not in the pattern and it came out well! What advice would you give someone starting this project? You can use your rotary cutter to cut the pattern pieces and fabric. If you plan on making a lot of these, print them on cardstock or use plastic template sheets. These are easy to resize for other sizes of paper. Find a great deal on packs of them and build the covers around that size. I found 24, 5" x 8" for less than $6! for my next set of them.

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