pencil case

fabric pencil case
fabric pencil case

A fabric pencil case takes up little space bag in the folded form !

 

Sewing of a pencil case is quite simple and fast – this will take you no more than 1:00, the main thing – it would wish.

To create a pencil case, we need three equal-sized rectangles.
The width of each rectangle = 13 inches (each pencil has an 1 inch – 12 pencils) +  0.5 inches on each side. Length of the rectangle depends on the height of pencils and pens (I have a 7 inch) 0.5 inch + SEAM 0.5 inches on each side. Total height – 8.5 inches.
The exterior fabric of the cover (in my case – green with strawberries) for extra rigidity can duplicate the interlining. Disappearing marker be marked for stitching (the distance between the lines -1 inch).
Grind down the details along the lines of.

 

Sew ribbon (length = width of each rectangle) with the inner fabric on both sides, strictly in the middle. You can make a tape with only one hand (which, in my opinion, it would be more convenient) or at the very end, instead of sticking velcro strips.
Sew inner and outer fabric cover.

 

Our pencil case ready!
Now, pens, markers and pencils our fidgets will have your own house, a pencil case.

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