Friday, May 8, 2015

Love My Fabrics Project-Wall Holder!

Hi there crafters!
Rachelle here and I am up on the LMF blog today to share my latest
Love My Fabric project.
  This project is super simple and will add color and organization to your space.
This project is completely no-sew! You could easily modify it with a few straight stitches for a more personalized or practical product.
Let's take a look.

Fabric Wall Pocket Holder 
Materials needed:
Embroidery hoop-8 inch
  Fabric (2 coordinating)
Lay out your background fabric over your inner embroidery hoop.

Lay your pocket fabric, folded in half, over the background fabric.  You can place it half way in the middle, higher or lower, depending on what you plan to put in the pocket.
Now slip on the outer hoop and tighten.  Gently tug the fabric around the edges to make it taut inside of the hoop.  This is the part where you make sure you are happy with the placement of your pocket or how the print on your fabric is situated.  If you’d like, you can add a couple vertical stitches down the pocket for pencils or one in the middle to divide the pocket into two. This, of course, would be done before you place the fabric in the hoop.  When you are satisfied with it you can cut the excess fabric or tuck it behind the hoop.  Be sure to tighten your hoop real tight so that the fabric doesn’t slip out.

So that’s it!  Quick, huh? 
And so easy, not to mention clever. And since there is no glue involved, you could easily change out the fabric whenever!

Hang it on the wall and use it for notes, pencils, or outgoing mail.
 Sort important reminders, postcards or invitations.
I really hope this inspires you.
  I’m sure you will think of some interesting ways to use this holder.
That's it for this post.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Happy crafting!

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