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DIY Wall Organizer
Can an organization be functional and look attractive at the same time? For all those who don’t have enough space at home, but have a lot of things on the table, we prepared a colorful solution – a wall organizer.
All you need for this DIY project is a little imagination (and a few tools).
So, where to start?
We will use Cotton Twill fabric for its durability and strength.
The cool thing is that we can choose several patterns and combine different colors to best fit our workspace.
The list of what you need:
The picture below shows a preview of fabric with the designs and dimensions.
Measure and cut the fabric as is shown in the picture. We will use the large part as a base and sew smaller pockets onto it.
Tip for easier and faster cutting: you can cut shapes from paper and just use them to cut the fabric so you don’t have to measure with a ruler every time.
In this step, we must sew and start with the handles. We hem the edges of each handle from the wrong side and leave a space so that we can pull the fabric to the right side.
After that, we move on to the base. Joined the two sides of the fabric to make the organizer stronger. We hem the organizer on the bottom, left, and right sides and leave a little space on the left side so that we can pull the fabric and turn the organizer right side out.
Now, we will sew the handles to the upper side of the organizer. The upper side is not hemmed before. Put the handles between the fabrics and sew them into an organizer.
After that, we pull the fabric through the space left before and turn the organizer to the right side.
Finally, the hardest part is done and we can start with the pockets. We hemmed each pocket separately and attached it to the fabric with pins to make it easier to sew on the base.
In the last step, on the bottom side, sew a centimeter from the edge to get a tunnel through which we will put the strip.
In the end, we put the string on the upper side and that’s it!
Watch the video below to make it easier for you to create a wall organizer.
And our DIY project is finished!
Choose the wall where you want to place it and fill it with pens, papers, and other accessories!
If you want to try this DIY project, click on the Fabric Types page and select Cotton Twill.
After that, choose design you want – you can pick several, one for the fabric and the others for the pockets, so your organizer will be colorful.
Send us pictures and videos of your wall organizer or
post them on Instagram with the hashtag #caspardiy.
Can’t wait to see your lovely DIY projects.
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