Super sensible and cute! Sew a simple diy jewellery organizer utilizing my newest sample that is free for all publication subscribers. No extra trying to find your earrings and an identical necklace – and no extra tangled mess!
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Diy Jewelry organizer
I’ve a confession to make: I hardly take my jewellery with me on trip. Why? Because I all the time get a tangled mess making an attempt to maintain them in my previous beauty pouch. While I’ve a just about properly-working answer for necklace storage in my residence (THIS tremendous easy necklace hanger – works completely!), I truthfully wanted a sound journey-proof jewellery storage answer.
Now I’m exhibiting off what I made, and exhibiting you methods to make a diy jewellery organizer. You know, simply in case you want one. Or know somebody who’d want one.
Now again to stitching your diy jewellery organizer. It makes an ideal jewellery storage pouch for journey.
How To make a Jewelry Organizer
You solely want two fats quarters of material and a pair of yards of wire. I used these colourful prints from the Sweet Honey Kisses assortment I acquired from Riley Blake Designs (thanks!) and added matching aqua cloth from their Kisses and Confetti Cotton collections. Super completely satisfied about the way it turned out!
- a padded middle storage space to stash bigger items of bijou, equivalent to watches and bracelets,
- eight interior pockets present handy storage for rings and smaller gadgets
- the satin wire cinches the highest closed and prevents tangling
- cuteness issue plus simpler closure: hexie pulls!
Finished Size of the jewellery Holder
What I additionally love about this diy jewellery holder is the dimensions. So helpful – it is one thing like a 5″ ball, you can safely throw it into your purse and carry it anywhere with you!
Finished size: closed 5″ x 5″ x 6″ (13 x 13 x 15 cm), open flat: 12″ (30cm)
But first, I’d like to mention that this pattern has been tested by my trusted pattern testers, so make sure to check out their beautiful jewelry organizers too – their photos are in the shop.
Now, let me give you a full supplies list so you’ve got everything ready to start:
- two fat quarters of quilting fabric (I used prints from the Sweet Honey Kisses collection)
- a 3″ scrap piece of fusible fleece
- 2.2 yards or 2 meters of ⅛”-width (3mm) satin cording
- sewing machine or needle, pins or sewing clips,
- iron, scissors, or rotary cutter plus cutting mat (I use this one by Olfa)
- the free template
DIY JEWELRY ORGANIZER sewing steps
Step 1 – Get the pattern
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Step 2 – Print the pattern and Cut The Fabric
Print it out at no scaling (=100% size) and tape the paper pieces where necessary. Then cut out the fabric pieces:
- 2 large circles (Pattern Piece #1)
- 2 smaller circles (Pattern Piece #2)
- 1 piece of fusible fleece (Pattern Piece #3)
- 4 squares the size of 3″ (7.5 cm) for hexies (non-obligatory, no sample piece)
Step 3 – Make 2 buttonholes
Once you have minimize out the two giant circle items (from sample piece #1), seize the one which’s deliberate to develop into the outer and make 2 buttonholes on reverse sides of the circle, every the dimensions of half an inch, and positioned between 1 ¾” and 2 ¼” (4.5 and 5.7cm) away from the periphery. See picture beneath:
Use a buttonhole foot when you have one, it makes it really easy to stitch buttonholes! Also, a helpful tip: whenever you’ve completed stitching the buttonhole and also you’re prepared to chop the slit utilizing your seam ripper, place a pin to the spot the place the slit ought to finish – this manner, you will not minimize too far! See picture beneath:
BONUS TIP: Alternative To Buttonholes
If you are not a fan of stitching buttonholes you will love what Ulrike (discover her on Etsy right here) instructed when sample testing: use 2 grommets as an alternative – here is methods to add grommets the simple approach. Eyelets are an choice too.
- earlier than beginning, fuse a 1″ square piece of strong interfacing on the back side of the fabric where a grommet or an eyelet will be installed
- grommet’s or eyelet’s outer diameter must be a bit smaller than ½”, or it will not match into the channel.
- Caution when stitching: be certain that the needle by no means runs into the grommet/eyelet, or it’s going to break!
Step 4 – sew the massive piece
We’re nonetheless with sample piece #1 – Now it is time to sew the 2 giant circles collectively: Place the 2 giant circle items RST and sew round utilizing a ¼” (7mm) seam allowance and make sure to leave a 2″ (5cm) hole for turning. The arrows within the picture beneath present the place the 2 buttonholes are positioned. (SAME POSITION FOR EYELETS, NOT PICTURED)
Step 5 – Turn Right aspect out
Use pinking shears to trim the perimeters or make small notches throughout the circle for simpler turning. (I actually, actually love utilizing pinking shears right here, it goes a lot quicker!) Do not trim on the hole for turning.
Step 6 – Edgestitch round
Once turned proper-aspect-out, press after which edgestitch all the best way round. The seam may also shut the hole for turning.
Step 7 – Make Pockets
Start engaged on sample piece #2, the Pocket. First, apply the small 3-inch circle of fusible fleece (#3) to the bottom of what you need to develop into the pocket lining (not seen!).
Step 8 – Stitch The Pocket Circles
Place the 2 pocket items RST and sew round utilizing a ¼” (7mm) seam allowance and make sure to leave a 2″ (5cm) hole for turning.
Step 9 – Turn proper Side out
Press to set the seam and trim the sting utilizing pinking shears (don’t trim on the hole for turning), flip proper-aspect-out, press and edgestitch, similar to you probably did with the bigger circles.
TIP: Pressing makes the sting stitching a lot simpler!
Step 10 – Trace And Sew Slip Pockets
- Use sample items #3 and #2 to hint the central 3″ circle and the dividers onto the sewn pocket piece (#2).
- Center the pocket circle on the large (shell) circle, like this: large circle (#1) with LINING facing UP and the pocket circle (#2) with the LINING facing DOWN. (In other words, the inside of the larger circle and the inside of the smaller circle should be touching.)
- Topstitch through ALL the layers – both the small center circle and all straight pocket dividers, as marked by the blue lines in the photo below:
Step 11 – Make A Casing For the Cording
Remember the two buttonholes you made when starting the project? These are on the outer side of the large circle. Now, we’ll make the casing – two circular seams that will align with the buttonholes – see the two red circles in the below photo.
- The buttonholes will end up between the two seams, and these seams will just barely touch the edges of the buttonholes.
- The INNER LINE of stitching will be super close to the edge of the smaller circle – just make sure not to stitch over it. If you love measuring, it should be exactly 2″ (5.1cm) away from the completed fringe of the massive circle. This is the place the place the buttonhole edge is.
- The OUTER LINE of sewing needs to be ½” (1.3cm) away from the inner line. Measuring from the outer edge, it’s 1 ½” (3.8cm) from the massive circle’s periphery.
IMPORTANT: the 2 seams needs to be ½” (1.3cm) apart, as the drawstring casing needs to be exactly this width. Here’s a detailed view of the two casing lines on the inner side of the jewelry pouch:
…and on the outside. The two stitching lines ‘encase’ the buttonholes, and voila! the drawstring casing is finalized.
Step 12 – insert the cording
Now we’ll need to insert the two 40″ (1m) satin cords into the casing. Here’s how:
- Attach your first wire to a security pin and information it via one buttonhole opening all the best way round. Yep, you have learn that proper, each wire tails will peek out from the SAME buttonhole.
- Guide the opposite wire via the different buttonhole, all the best way round. See beneath:
Step 13 – Add Drawstring Pulls
Tie off a knot on every finish of the drawstring. You’ve completed your diy jewellery organizer – except you need your drawstring pulls to be additional cute. I added two cute hexie pulls to make the drawstring pouch even simpler to make use of. Perfect!
Here is methods to baste the hexies, my newest tutorial.
If you need a detailed step-by-step on methods to insert these fairly hexie pulls, I’ve acquired you lined, too:
And, completed! You’ve simply made a ravishing diy jewellery organizer. Congrats!
Oh, and I’ve not but proven how the within appears to be like like whenever you pull on these drawstrings! Beautiful tiny pockets simply coming out of from a beforehand flat piece of material:
or when in motion, stuffed with my necklaces, bracelets and rings:
Make certain to take a look at the photographs within the store too, there are extra stunning jewellery organizers sewn by sample testers!
Safely retailer all of your jewellery in separate pockets whereas touring to stop tangling on this cute pouch! Perfect for carrying cosmetics too, and add a classy contact to your in a single day journey routine.
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