10+ Sewing Projects to Organize Your Life
Are you ready to get serious about organizing, or do you just want an excuse to do more sewing? Either way I have found some amazing sewing projects to organize your life that will help you accomplish both!! Organizing your space and life will help you to feel more creative and allow you to spend more time crafting rather than trying to find things. This is true with your whole life not just your crafting life. Being organized feels so good in my opinion and I promise you will feel so good after everything is in it’s place! Click the title or image to be taken to the project. If you are still looking to get organized check out these Fabric Storage Ideas.
10+ Sewing Projects to Organize Your Life
Hanging Jewelry Organizer
This hanging organizer is perfect for hanging in your closet with all your jewelry. Don’t let it get tangled by throwing it in a drawer. This would make a great house warming gift. It would also be great for travel, roll it into your suitcase and then hang it in the hotel to keep your jewelry safe and organized.
Ironing Board Organizer
I love the idea of having all my sewing supplies at hand when I am at my ironing board. Pins, and scissors, and pressing sheets. Keep them at hand with this tutorial. This is a much better system than leaving everything sitting on the ironing board where it is probably going to fall and almost cut my toes off!
Behind Seat Car Organizer
My kids love to bring toys and books and all sorts of things to the car with them. This handy organizer gives me a place to put all their
junk stuff when they aren’t using it. These are great for long trips and road trips. Or use it as a place to put trash.
These little buckets are perfect for storing your odds and ends. They would be adorable holding little baby toy’s or even blankets. Make a bunch today to bust your fabric stash. These would be perfect in a classroom to store books or classroom goods.
This organizer is a life saver if you don’t have much cabinet space or a pantry. Store all your kitchen essentials close at hand with this kitchen organizer. Make it with different fabric and hang it in the kids playroom to store toys, stuffed animals, or legos. Or put on in the baby closet to store diapers, wipes, and burp rags.
These little trays are perfect for storing your keys and wallet by the door. Or use them on your nightstand to hold your rings and glasses. The possibilities are endless, plus they are adorable. I love how quick and easy these are. They are a great scrap buster to use up those smaller pieces of fabric that you might be holding on to.
This is a MUST HAVE! I am so sick and tired of all the cables hanging around my house. My husband calls my cable storage a “rat nest” because it is just a tangled mess. This is on the must make list for the new year. You could also make one of these to store your embroidery floss and needles. This one would work for lots of things beyond electronics.
On the Go Organizer
This organizer is perfect for busy mamas. Keep your life organized even when you are out of the house with this clever little organizer. Make one for the hubby too so he can keep all his tasks organized as well! Or make one for the kids especially the middle school and high school aged kiddos to they can start to learn organization.
Padded Camera Lens Case
I am totally guilty of not taking the best care of my lenses!! I love the idea of color coding and adding some heat transfer labels to these camera bags. These will definitely help you organize your lenses!
Travel Organizer and Seat Protector
My kids are a complete disaster in the car. Food, drinks, you name it and it is all over the car. I love that this is a place for them to store their stuff while also keeping the car clean! Make one TODAY!
Travel Jewelry Pouch
When you travel your jewelry is SO hard to store. It always gets tangled, earrings get lost, the list goes on and on. This jewelry pouch is perfect for storing your jewelry when you are on the move.
Which project will you make to organize your life? Share with me in the comments below.
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