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Purse Organizers To Make

Here are a few lovely goodies to stash all kinds of gadgets and necessary items inside your purse or totes, some pretty clever ideas and easy to make too!


Fabric Strip with Pockets [1]: Rolls out into one long strip of pockets, great for storing gadgets of all kinds.

Custom-fit [2]: An old cereal box is used, cover it with pretty fabric. Pocket dimensions can be any size you like.



Shabby French [3]: Another pocket roll but this one with lacey, feminine touches. Features an inner strap to hold pins, hair elastics, etc.

With Fabric Flower [4]: Lined with fusible fleece, embellished with a fabric flower, pocket roll style similar to the other above, snaps closed.



Felted Crochet [5]: Similar to the one above except a crochet version (that’s felted). A great little project for your stash of wool.

For Pocketbooks [6]: Made with 12-by-13-inch rectangle of fabric and twine (optional).



For Tote Bags (Removable) [7]: A handy three-pocket pouch that is made from a carpenter’s canvas nail apron (available at hardware stores). Slips inside a tote and is held in place with button loops around the tote handles.

Inserts [8]: Pocket inserts/panels for handbags with fabric, seam binding and stabilizer.



10-Minute Placemat Project [9]: Minimal sewing is involved since it’s made with a placemat, has an elastic loop & button closure.

Pocket Divider [10] (crochet) Pockets-a-plenty with this insert (two on the ends and two in the middle), fits inside a bag 14″ long and 6″ wide.



Tote Topper [11]: This is a pocket that buttons over the top edge of tote, roomy enough to hold a small wallet or phone and keys.