I sewed up this quick little project today. It is a crochet hook roll-up. I got the idea from Pinterest for a Crayon Roll-up. I just got my sewing machine for Christmas and I really wanted to make a project to use. I used material that my mom gave me from when I was a little girl.
To make this simple project:
Cut 2 pieces of color (I used blue) fabric - 8"x14" (Or longer depending on how many hooks you have)
Cut 1 piece of coordinating (polka Dot) fabric - 8"x14" (Or longer depending on how many hooks you have)
Cut 1 piece of interfacing
20" of ribbon
Sewing machine and tools
1st: Fuse or Baste one of the colored (my blue) pieces with the interfacing.
2nd: Fold the coordinating (polka dot) piece in half lengthwise. Press with a hot iron to make it easier for sewing together.
3rd: Pin Polka dot and Blue/Interfacing pieces together with the polka dot fold towards the top.
4th: Stitch every 3/4"-1" starting at the top of the polka dot piece back stitching at the top and the bottom.
5th: After stitching in increments all the way across, Place the last blue piece right side to right side with the project and pin around.
6th: Sew 1/2" seam around leaving 1 1/2"-2" at the end to turn.
7th: Turn Project right side out
8th: Top stitch at 1/4" all the way around making sure to tuck in the ends and sew the ribbon on.
And.... You are done!
This total project only took 1 hr for me to make and I just started sewing.
I am going to offer these on sale on my Facebook page HERE as a custom order.
If you make this hook roll-up please post a picture to my Facebook page or let me know in the comments below.