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How to sew a hanging file folder from fabric

How to sew a hanging folder file

Hey y’all and welcome to Sewspire!

Today I am here to show you how to sew a hanging folder file. For this project you will need two rectangular cuts of quilt weight cotton fabric that measure 12″ wide by 21″ long and 1 standard hanging file folder.

I hope you enjoy the project and will share photos of your file folders in action with our creative community on the Sewspire Facebook and Instagram pages.

I will be back next week with another inspired sewing project. Until then, please know the creative genius in me salutes the creative genius in you!

Blissfully yours,

Andrea

P.S. Congratulations Mary Baldon you are this week’s Happy Mail winner! If you would like to join in on the fun and would enjoy receiving a handmade gift in the mail, you can enter to win here.

How to Sew a Divided Organizer Caddy by Sewspire

How to sew a divided organizer caddy

How to Sew a Divided Organizer Caddy by Sewspire
How to Sew a Divided Organizer Caddy by Sewspire

Hey y’all and welcome to Sewspire!

Today I am here to show you how to sew a divided organizer caddy that you can use to organize a variety of items.

For this project you will need approximately 3/4 yard of 54″ twill material, such as the Premier Prints used in the demo piece.

To begin, precut the following pattern pieces:

(3) 6″ x 12″ exterior body panels

(12) 6″ x 6″ interior body panels and exterior side panels

(2) 3″ x 8″ handles

When finished the organizer caddy measures approximately 4.5″ tall, 11″ wide and 5″ deep.

As part of my ongoing Happy Mail project, I am giving away one of these fabulous organizer caddy’s to a lucky subscriber. To enter, simply enter your name and email address here.

I am also pleased to announce Melanie Reed is the winner of last week’s Happy Mail drawing for a box full of designer fabric remnants! Congratulations to you Melanie and thank you for participating!

I will be back next week with another inspired sewing project. Until then, please know, the creative genius in me salutes the creative genius in you!

XO,

Andrea