DIY Jewelry Organizer FREE pattern
Here’s a super practical and cute drawstring jewelry storage and organizer pattern from a fabulous designer who as a bonus has given us all the pattern to try for FREE.
If you make yourself one of these easy-to-make DIY Jewelry Organizers then there will be no more searching for your earrings and a matching necklace and no more tangled messes. It makes the perfect jewelry storage pouch for when you travel with your jewelry. It also looks really cute on your dresser or nightstand.
This could be a lovely gift idea too, especially if you plan to give a piece of jewelry. Make up the bag to gift with the jewelry inside for an extra special thought.
AppleGreen Cottage is one of the featured designers in our store and has a range of bright and modern patterns that are great for beginners. You can find more of her patterns on her page here.
We recommend that you make yourself one of these pouches because of these great features:
- For larger pieces of jewelry, such as watches and bracelets, there is a padded center storage area,
- For your rings and smaller items like earrings, there are eight inner pockets that provide convenient storage room,
- The useful satin cord provides easier closure and cinches the top closed to help prevent tangling.
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When you have finished making yourself one of these DIY Jewelry Organizers it will measure approximately 5″ (13 cm) by 5″ (13 cm) by 6″ (15 cm) when closed and will open out flat to 12″ (30 cm).
This 5″ ball of organization is so useful that you can very safely toss it into your purse and go about your daily life and still grab whichever piece of jewelry easily whenever you wish.
What you will need to make a DIY Jewelry Organizer:
- Two fat quarters of quilting fabric,
- A 3″ scrap piece of fusible fleece,
- 2.2 yards or 2 meters of 1/8″ (3mm) satin cording,
- A rotary cutter plus cutting mat,
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
You can actually buy this pattern in the designer’s shop, however, if you subscribe to the designer’s it is FREE with the 100% OFF exclusive code for all subscribers to the AppleGreen Cottage newsletter. You will get the 100% discount code when you sign up. Click on the button below for more details and access to the free pattern and tutorial.