The piece that we will do today will facilitate our daily lives full of threads. After all, electronics are everywhere: computers, smartphones, tablets and many other items related to computerization.
The yarn organizer, made with fabric, is practical as a design of small seams useful for day to day.
Here's how to make yours.
For this piece it is ideal to use contrasting fabrics:
- Light pink plaid fabric;
- Brown cloth;
- Acrylic blanket;
- Wider black elastic;
- Black elastic thinner;
- Sewing lines in brown and light pink;
- Oval ring made of metal or plastic, in this case, a small plastic was used;
- Button that passes through the ring after nailing, and that has a good elevation for the seam;
- Sewing machine;
- Large zipper as it will be cut into the pocket size.
Way of doing
In the scheme below you have the measures to trim each fabric.
In the schematic there is also a prototype of the organizer that we will do. As for the elastic measures, trim as described in the drawing.
Thus, according to the measures, trimmed the pink, brown and the blanket fabrics.
The inner pocket is a loose and independent part of the organizer. Let's start making it for him.
First it is scratched quadrate with a fabric chalk and a ruler, the brown fabric (the width of the ruler was used), with pins attached to the acrylic blanket for sewing. It will be the outside of the pocket.
To give a charm were inverted the colors of the lines, then in this brown fabric was used the pink line.
Now it's time to sew the zipper, bonding right with fabric, brown and pink. Take care that the top of the zipper is facing the brown fabric, which is the outside of the pocket.
Pin the entire length before sewing so that nothing comes out of the place and the finish is very good.
So, to sew the other part of the fabrics, just attach the fabric on the other side of the zipper so that it is straight with the right brown fabric. It will remain the same, the pink fabric, right with right.
Again, pinch the entire length before sewing so that nothing out of place.
Pass a finishing seam across the length of the zipper, on the side of the brown fabric, using the pink thread.
Join right side with right side of the fabrics, color with color, as seen in the photo, pinching to start sewing all the way around, leaving an opening to untap the piece.
The stitching will be done in this way so that all seams stay inside.
The opening was left in the pink fabric, using it to untap and close.
The cloth glue can be used or sewn with the invisible stitch.
Diagonally hinged with a pencil and ruler (the width of the ruler was used), the full extent of the pink plaid fabric, attaching it to the acrylic plaque through pins so that in the seam, nothing leaves the place.
The stitching was done with the brown line aiming to generate a contrast with the pink, generating an interesting effect.
At this point, four brackets arranged to support a weight should be placed if the organizer needs to hang.
When nailing in the pocket, be careful not to sew the lining. Use abundant loops so that they are securely fastened.
Now it's time to demarcate the place of the elastics.
For this piece was used an elastic that was delimited to the part where the pocket is, but can be placed throughout the extension of the base.
Pin and mark with a chalk, where again the width of the ruler was used to sew the partitions.
The eyelet should be secured by the thinner elastic in the center of one of the narrower sides.
After sewing the partitions and fastening the elastic of the ring, it is time to put the outer fabric.
Stitches as shown, passing a straight seam all the way around, leaving an opening to untap the piece.
To sew the other part of the clasp, simply fold the wider elastic and cover the cut edge with the pink fabric.
Pass a straight seam around the contour so that it is firm and then just nail the button.
After sewing all around, untap and pass a finishing seam all the way around.
To mark the place of the other clasp, simply place the inner pocket in place, close the piece and then it will be possible to check the exact place.
Then just pinch and pass the seam, but this time, using the line colors corresponding to the fabric.
And there's our wire organizer, guarding the wires:
It can be hung by the hoop, and can be closed to be accommodated in a place with little space.