Hanging Tray Holder Tutorial


Hanging Tray Holder Tutorial

Hanging Tray Holder Tutorial
Hanging Tray Holder Tutorial

Put your sewing scraps to good use by showing off your favorite kitchen keepsakes with this Hanging Tray Holder Tutorial. Made using basic patchwork techniques, this DIY fabric shelf is a great way to add a pop of color to your kitchen or dining room, and is the perfect way to display family keepsakes. A great idea for a hostess gift, this free sewing tutorial can also be used to hold cookbooks or other flat items, or you can use it to hold books or small toys in your child's room. If you've been looking for a new way to organize your home, then you'll love this simple and modern idea for DIY fabric shelves. 

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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I changed the design on my version...I was concerned with too many seams. I sewed four strips in two separate loop lengths so I could layer my platters. After the loops were sewn, I attached them to a jump ring and hung them on a hook using the jump ring as four fabric strips would never fit on to a hook. I camouflaged the hook with a drawer pull. The loops are so strong I can hang two metal platters per set. The loops are so strong I can hang up to two metal platters per set.

I never thought of this! Hanging up your trays and cookie sheets like this would create a lot of space in your cabinets for pots and pans and such. Great idea!


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