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Free Sewing Caddy & Thread Catcher Patterns

Posted By Tipnut On January 24, 2011 @ 2:35 am In Sewing | 2 Comments

Sewing caddies are great for keeping tools organized and at your fingertips, they can rest underneath a sewing machine or sit within reach on an armrest. Here are a few different ideas for making one, some have been previously featured on Tipnut and moved here for better organization. I’ve also tucked in a few thread catchers at the bottom.

mellebugandme.wordpress.com

mellebugandme.wordpress.com

With Scissors Pocket [1]: Includes a little pocket for scissors. Free pdf tutorial available to download.

Sewing Caddy & Detachable Pincushion [2]: Neat feature is a thick bobby pin on the back of the pincushion so it can be clipped on your shirt, pants waist, wherever works best!

howjoyful.com

howjoyful.com

sewmamasew.com

sewmamasew.com

Weighted Pincushion Organizer [3]: Because the pincushion is weighted with uncooked rice, it can perch just as easily on the edge of a table or the arm of a chair or sofa!

Scrappy Armrest [4]: This pincushion hangs over the armrest of your couch or armchair while you sew. The side pockets hold scissors, measuring tapes, thread or bobbins.

duringquiettime.blogspot.com

duringquiettime.blogspot.com

blueyecicle.blogspot.com

blueyecicle.blogspot.com

Sewing Caddy [5]: Features lots of pockets to hold sewing tools.

Bluebirds [6]: Nicely done with some embroidery work (bluebirds pattern available for free).

creativeribbons.blogspot.com

creativeribbons.blogspot.com

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

For The Ironing Board [7]: A handy item to hold scissors and sewing gadgets and lies flat across your ironing board.

Thread Catchers

thestitchingroom.blogspot.com

thestitchingroom.blogspot.com

Thread Holder Pattern [8]: Pretty little cup that’s made with 8 strips of 2 contrasting fabrics (4 strips each).

Pouch-Style [9]: Hanging pouch style with eyelets in place to hang from hooks under the sewing table or to screw in the top.

hammerandthread.blogspot.com

hammerandthread.blogspot.com

kquilts-studio.com

kquilts-studio.com

Weighted with Bag [10]: Simple design featuring a weighted pincushion and small bag.

Hexagon [11]: Made with fabric and shapemaker (or sturdy cardboard), features a hexagon base and scalloped sides.

suedaleydesigns.typepad.com

suedaleydesigns.typepad.com

merrimentdesign.com

merrimentdesign.com

With Pincushion [12]: Features a weighted pincushion and lined bag.

Quilted [13]: Make a little triangular shaped pouch with foldover flaps secured in place with buttons.

sisterschoice.typepad.com

sisterschoice.typepad.com


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URLs in this post:

[1] With Scissors Pocket: http://mellebugandme.wordpress.com/2008/04/26/thread-catcher-tutorial/

[2] Sewing Caddy & Detachable Pincushion: http://www.howjoyful.com/2010/09/sewing-caddy-and-detachable-pincushion-tutorial/

[3] Weighted Pincushion Organizer: http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/03/elizabeths-fabric-focus-3/

[4] Scrappy Armrest: http://duringquiettime.blogspot.com/2009/10/scrappy-armrest-pincushion-tutorial.html

[5] Sewing Caddy: http://blueyecicle.blogspot.com/2009/07/sewing-caddy-tutorial-and-rak.html

[6] Bluebirds: http://creativeribbons.blogspot.com/2009/02/bluebirds-sewing-caddymy-gift-to-you.html

[7] For The Ironing Board: https://sew4home.com/projects/storage-solutions/modas-half-moon-modern-sewing-room-ironing-board-thread-catcher-caddy

[8] Thread Holder Pattern: http://thestitchingroom.blogspot.com/2007/10/thread-holder-pattern.html

[9] Pouch-Style: http://hammerandthread.blogspot.com/2010/08/thread-catcher-tutorial.html

[10] Weighted with Bag: http://www.kquilts-studio.com/Kquilts_Studio/Pincushion_Threadcatcher.html

[11] Hexagon: http://suedaleydesigns.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/09/today-is-my-day.html

[12] With Pincushion: http://www.merrimentdesign.com/pincushion-thread-catcher.php

[13] Quilted: http://sisterschoice.typepad.com/sisters_choice_quilts/2012/02/make-a-thread-catcher-in-less-than-30-minutes.html

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