Get rid of clutter by sewing organizers and caddies for your home and car! Whether you need toy storage, desk storage, more pockets in your purse, or closet help, you can create something here. These fun DIY projects for pouches, bins, bags and baskets are all free.
Cup Holder Organizer
This easy-to-use mug organizer will look great on your desk or sewing table! Sew it in a fabric that coordinates with your other accessories.
Big Bean Bag for toy storage
Sew a giant beanbag to store toys! This project will create a soft, plush seat for children while keeping stuffed animals away.
Pretty pencil pouches
Learn how to sew a cute zippered pouch long enough to hold pencils, markers, sunglasses, cosmetics, “girl supplies” and more! I really like the size and shape of this case. It's perfect to throw in another purse or bag so I can keep my things organized.
3 ring pencil cases
Make your own DIY pencil pouches to take with you in a 3-ring binder! The front of these pencil cases can be made of mesh or vinyl.
The miracle cart
The Miracle Caddy Organizer Model is perfect for taking your favorite craft supplies, classroom supplies, or baby gear on the go. This versatile organizer is just what you need!
Hanging wall organizer
Sew a DIY hanging organizer using my free sewing pattern and just one yard of fabric! This easy-to-make organizer has 5 pockets to help you keep everything where you need it and easy to find. A large grommet is installed at the top so you can hang it on a pegboard, metal hook, or anywhere else with a Command brand removable hook.
Sew a couch holder to keep your favorite remotes, TV glasses, and magazines right where you need them! You won't believe how well this simple project will keep all your essential items close at hand and organized.
DIY pool chair cover
Don't lose your keys at the pool…or anything else. They will all be where you put them in my DIY pool chair cover with many pockets.
Tote bag with many pockets
This tote bag pattern is a super organized handbag! It's just the right size and you can carry the items you want to keep organized and quickly grab them in the 6 (yes six!) exterior pockets.
Car Visor Organizer
Keep your car organized with a DIY car visor organizer! This free sewing pattern for an easy-to-sew organizer features a large zippered pocket at the top, a generous clear vinyl pocket, 2 card slots, a flap pocket with Velcro to keep small items secure, and a snap tab for hold your sunglasses. This will help you keep all your stuff where you need it and easy to find.
Hanging Closet Organizer
Sew an organizer covered in pockets that you can hang in your closet! This free closet organizer sewing pattern is perfect for your sewing and craft supplies, fashion accessories, toiletries, gift wrapping and more. There are pockets on both sides as well as an oversized interior pocket, so every space is used.
Mesh Car Organizer
Have you noticed that most new cars don't have space for a bag or purse? It can be so frustrating. My readers asked me to write them a sewing pattern for a place to store all your stuff in your car – and here it is! This mesh car organizer uses easy-to-find (and inexpensive) mesh fabric that you can purchase online or in-store.
See Through Vinyl and Fabric Tote Bag
You can sew a transparent bag with this easy and free sewing pattern. This is a great way to use beautiful cotton fabric and easy-to-find clear vinyl and create a one-of-a-kind (and super useful) tote!
Ironing board cover with pockets
Your ironing area doesn't need to be messy. Keep your pressing tools close at hand in the pockets sewn directly into the Ultimate Ironing Board Cover.
Walker cart model
This free sewing pattern for a smart and functional walking cart will work with any walker as the straps have generous velcro strips to make them adjustable. Easily carry everything you need with you on your walker! The amazing cup holder can hold a cup up to 20 oz. Use fabrics the recipient will love so they will use it with pride!
DIY work table with cubes
And here's another DIY you'll love… learn how to turn your lockers into a huge DIY cutting table with lots of storage space underneath.
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