Were you one of the many folks who vowed that this was the year your craft space would stay organized, clean and you would no longer spend countless hours digging through your fabric stash just to find your missing measuring tape? Now that we’re well into February, how are you doing sticking to these resolutions? If you’re needing a quick pick me up to get back on the resolution track, Spoonflower team member Meredith is here to help. Follow along as she shows you how to create custom cubby covers to easily keep your craft supplies in check.
The really fun part about this project is choosing the fabric designs to match the supplies inside each storage cubby! With so many designs to choose from in the Spoonflower Marketplace, I could find a unique design to match all of my craft supplies. For this tutorial, I used Pins Blue Fabric and Scissors Red by vickythorndale printed on Organic Cotton Sateen to organize my pins & needles and scissors collection.
- 1/2 yard of fabric ( fabric width will be dependent on the size of your storage cubby)
- 5″ x 7″ piece of heavyweight clear vinyl
- 5″ x 7″ piece heavy weight fusible interfacing
- Storage Cubby
- cloth measuring tape
- sewing machine
Making the Label Pocket:
6. On the right side of the frame, top stitch around the inner opening and across the top outer edge. You’ll notice I did some extra stitching around the edges but this is not needed!
8. Now you can slip a label in the pocket! Slide the cubby cover onto you cubby, stand back and admire your custom covered cubby.