Sewing machine caddy organizers

Keep your sewing machine and accessories neatly organized with stylish caddy organizers. Explore top ideas to create a clutter-free sewing space and enhance your sewing experience.
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DIY How to Make a Quilted Sewing Machine Mat With Pockets and Thread Catcher - Bravo Dada! Sewing Tutorial: Hi everyone! In this sewing tutorial I’m going to show you how to make a quilted sewing machine mat with pockets and a thread catcher. This mat is very helpful to organize your sewing materials so you can find them easily and also keep your sewing t…

Irene Graham
Diana's Sewing Lessons: How to Make a Mug Caddy Sewing Projects, Patchwork, Quilts, Quilting, Sewing Caddy, Small Sewing Projects, Sewing Gifts, Sewing Accessories, Diy Sewing Gifts

I decided to give this little item the name of mug caddy for lack of a better term but it can also be used for tin cans, mason jars or some other such thing. Here is the pic of the one I made as a sample for my Sewing Group. And here is the pattern I used.As you can see, the dimensions are approximately 10" X 10" but it tapers off at the top. The only other piece is a long rectangle pocket piece which measures twice the width of the bottom of the above piece ( 2 X 10" so 20'' by about 6"".)…

Anne Oelke
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It’s a marvelous quilted mat that helps cushion the work surface for your machine and keeps your favorite notions and tools handy… and it does it all while looking cute as the proverbial button! This popular pattern is available exclusively in our Etsy Shop. The mat finishes at 30” x 24”, which fits a wide range of machines and work surfaces. It has 13 pockets that range from 6” to 2” wide x 4” to 8” tall so you can tuck away all types of tools and notions. There’s even a detachable thread…