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Denim Organizer


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Use the pant legs of old jeans for this cute, recycling sewing project to keep your teen neat and organized. This Denim Organizer is perfect for just about any space. No matter what you are trying to figure out how to organize, you can easily work this DIY organizer into your plan. Whether you are stowing it inside a cabinet to store your makeup, hanging it over a dorm door to keep small things tucked away, or even using it for your stationery, this organizer will come in handy.

Denim Organizer
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine



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I plan to make this for the back of my car seats. I agree with all other posters that this is poorly written. Substituting the word cut for trim helps however the illustrations are not good. I got lost about the pleating section. I think I'll figure it out though!

This is a great idea foe an organizer and I like the idea of using the jean pants legs for the pockets but the directions do get a little confusing. I agree there needs to be step by step pictures to better understand this tutorial. I have been sewing for years so I think I may be able to attempt this but not so a beginner. I think this would be great for hanging on back of bedroom doors or office for extra storage. Anyone make this yet?

[Like Blueriver 24] the instructions were clear as mud for me. I read them four times holding fabric and attempting to do as described. Perhaps some step by step pics would be helpful for those of us who have a visual bent. Thanks for listening.

I got lost reading the directions at illustration #1. :-(

i so love this

cute and a very organized itea. thanks

Does anyone have step by step pics?

Very cute and useful.


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