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DIY Hair Tool Pouch

By: Caroline from sewcaroline.com
DIY Hair Tool Pouch
DIY Hair Tool Pouch
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Keep your expensive curling and straightening irons safe when you travel with this handy tutorial for a DIY Hair Tool Pouch. Similar to travel cases from designers like Vera Bradley, this DIY travel case is the best way to protect your styling tools from scratches or damages. Made with less than 1 yard of heat-resistant fabric, this bathroom organizer is a simple way to treat yourself to the designer look for less. This bathroom sewing project is beginner-friendly, and is an excellent scrap busting project for cleaning out your fabric stash. Protect your beloved hair styling tools with this designer-inspired sewing project that you can make in less than 2 hours.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This is great because you don't have to let your curling iron cool before putting it in there for storage. This is a nice way to use up fabric scraps too. I think it would be nice to adapt the size and make a glasses case using the same method. Would be a great Bon voyage gift!

Nice to have this insulated curling and straightening iron pouch especially when traveling. According to the tutorial, all that is needed to make this is some heat resistant fabric like Insul-Bright or something similar, some fusible fleece and a pretty outer fabric. Add some bias tape for contrast edging. Great gift idea.

I was wondering if there was a tutorial of something to carry hair styling tools in when traveling or going on vacation instead of having to search all over in your bag to find them. This is such an easy project to do and you can make it bigger by cutting pieces bigger. Where can I find heat resistant fabric in a floral? I need to make some extras for gifts too. Great pictures to go with the tutorial. Thanks.

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