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Sewing Caddy

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Tote around all your sewing supplies with this cute Sewing Caddy. With pockets for all your needles and scissors this simple sewing project is a great way to stay organized. It's a stylish way to store all your sewing tools.

 Sewing Caddy
Sewing Caddy
This image courtesy of Ginabean Handmade

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

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Yayyyyyy! I made it, it was awesome fun, I still consider anything that comes together is such a triumph. Thank you soooo much for this excellent to do pattern, I love it.....now I want to show y'all ? Xxx

Why won't tutorial open?

Is this pattern still available. When I try to get the pattern I get an error page

I'm a relatively new sewist and I managed to make this bag. It turned out really nice. My corners aren't perfect but no one will know but me. The pattern was easy to follow and since I had some leftover material, I added side pockets as well. Wish I could figure out how to post a picture cause I'm that happy with it!

I just made this basket for a friend's birthday. I used a black background with fuschia/orange roses on the outside and orange lining. I embroidered her name on the back (without pockets) in orange thread. She loved it and people at the party oohed and aahed all evening at my enormous "talent". I was even asked to make one for others for $, however, I had to explain that I am sooo slow that it wouldn't be worth it. Thanks so much for this fabulous pattern!!

It works now. Either the link was broken and got fixed or the site was down. I was able to download it just now. Yippee....something new to sew. Thanks

I've done that. It takes me to Google Drive home page. It wants me to install google drive. Nice tote...but I don't want to put something on my hard drive, just to get a pattern. Thanks

This link takes me to her page, but when I click on the tutorial under the picture, it takes me to Google drive. No tutorial. Does anyone know how to get to the actual tutorial?

If you clicked on the "click here for sewing pattern" you should go to another site. On her caption under the pick there is "click here" highlighted in the passage. Clicking there should take you to the tutorial. It is in google doc format. Hope this helps.

If you click on the highlighted words under the picture "click here" it will take you to google docs and you will see the tutorial. Click on "File" in the upper left hand corner, then at the bottom of the window that appeared click on "Download". Another window should open up at the bottom of your screen. Clck on the arrow next to "Save", another window will open giving you options to save the doc however you want.

ahoffer, you are not DUMB! I am an experienced sewer and I have never heard of WOM and when I googled it, nothing came up. What is it!!?? I also have never heard of the term "sewist". What is wrong with sewer?

paterd - I have not received a reply yet on what WOM means - and cannot pull up the pattern again.

I think it might be "width of material" ...... as in, if you cut the full width of the material, you should be able to get two 8by14 pieces plus two 8by7 pieces out of that 8" strip, and so on - not absolutely sure, but it makes sense to me. Cute caddy, lots of good uses, I'd bet.

I believe WOM means Width of Material, or commonly used term, Width of Fabric ( WOF).

WOM is width of material, from selvedge to selvedge.

I am on your webpage and you have some of the nicest things to sew that I have seen lately. I am interested in making the Sewing Caddy. I am not a experienced sewer, so can you explain the 8'x WOM, sub cut into (2) 8" x 14" and (2) 8" x 7". I hope you can help me and I guess I can be call a DUM DUM

Hi everyone! When you click on the pattern link, it will take you to the designer's page. There she provides a link to open a PDF of the pattern. Please make sure that you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer in order to view this. Hope this helps! editors of AllFreeSewing

I can't find the pattern

Love the Sewing Caddy, would love to have the pattern but cannot find it. I go to where it is sending me to Google drive and then i am lost Ilse

I love this bag. It can be used for a lot of things. I do many different crafts, and can think of many ways to use it. Guess I'll have to make several. Thanks for the great tutorial, and even a place to store it...the tutorial, I mean. Thank you.

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