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Time
3h00

For my friend who's going to uni
It was surprisingly easy to make, but it took a bit of time.
I used a canvas-type of calico for the backing of the whole organiser to add strength and support.
(Sorry I didn't take photos of the tutorial)

Posted by Steph. from Reading, England, United Kingdom • Published See Steph.'s 138 projects »
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  • Step 1

    First cut out your two long rectangles of calico. Of course, the measurements depend on how big you want your wall organiser to be.

  • Step 2

    Cut out the scraps of fabric that you want to be your pockets. Add the trimmings before you hem them. Fold over the raw edges using an iron and sew the pockets onto one of the large pieces of calico.

  • Step 3

    Cut out flowers from a set of curtains (that's what I used) to add a final decoration and you're done with decorating it.
    Now sew the two calico rectangles right sides together (leaving a gap at the top) and turn inside out. Fold over the top so that the dowel rod can fit through and topstitch the whole organizer.

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