It’s the time of year we often get our lives back in order. A place for everything and everything in its place never rang more true than in your sewing and embroidery area. If you are like me, your creative space is ground zero for chaos following the Christmas merry making marathon. Here are some cute-as-can-be machine embroidery projects that will help you get everything organized.
Keep your notions, pins, needles, and machine cleaning supplies within reach while looking pretty in this vintage sewing box. Customize with quilting and embroidery.
On my list of things to make this year, these vinyl pocket sewing kits are a fabulous idea. Mix and match the quick stitch options for housing your needles, notions, buttons, and presser feet.
This is also on my list of things to make this year. Add as many pockets as you like to keep all of your thread, notions, and supplies organized and looking nice.
Keep pins secured and off of the floor with a darling Victorian pin cushion. Keep it by your machine or add an elastic strap and it will sit nicely on your wrist.
Two hoopings are all it takes to construct these boxy zip bags. They would be perfect to keep clips, thread, and other project supplies together in one place.
Another of my must-make items, this sewing mat is not only cute, it is extremely functional. Bobbin pockets, a thread catcher, and the option for adding a magnetic strip keep everything you need within reach.
So adorable, these birdhouse boxes hold facial tissue. Or, simply add fabric over the applique opening and you can use them to store most anything.
Another adorable must-have item is these storage boxes. Easy to assemble with sturdy cardboard, just eEmbroider accents and dividers. Then use them to keep track of design notes, thread, fat quarters, and more!
These nesting boxes aren’t limited to Christmas. Grab your scraps and stitch up a bunch to tidy up your creative space. They are great for storing thread, fabric, and supplies, and take up little room when empty.
Another great scrap buster, these pretty baskets stitch up in two heights with extra storage in the cone-shaped corners. Panels are created in the hoop and then zigzag stitched together.