Finding purse organizers to sew can be a great find. Purse organizers are the saving grace of any unorganized woman. Almost every woman can relate to having to dig through their purse to find something they need and having a heck of a time finding it. With a purse organizers, though, there is no more digging around. Instead there is a place for everything in your purse, neatly organized.
A basic design for purse organizers to sew is really simple to come up with. The dimensions of the organizer is based on your personal preferences. You can simply measure how long you want the organizer to be and how wide you need it. The following steps with help you to create a basic design for purse organizers to sew:
Step One: You need the base of the organizer. You may find a thick fabric that you can use and you will only need one piece, but you may need to cut two pieces and sew them together. You want to decide upon how long and wide you want your organizer to be and cut the fabric accordingly. You want to finish the edges or sew the two pieces together.
Step Two: Now you create the pockets of your organizer. You can measure and cut out various size pockets depending upon your needs. You can, for example, cut a pocket each for a pen, your checkbook, your cell phone and your car keys. Make sure your measurements include room for attaching the pockets to the base.
Step Three: Now you can create a tie. The tie can be attached two different ways and you should decide upon attachment before creating the tie. The tie can be one long tie that you sew to one end and then once rolled up, wrap around the organizer. You can also make two smaller ties and attach one at one end and one near the middle so they meet when the organizer is rolled up and can be tied. So, depending upon the method of tying you intend to use, you will either cut one long tie or two smaller ties. Cut the tie double the width you want. You will fold it in half length wise and sew it closed for a finished look. You will then fold over and sew each end to finish.
Step Four: Now you can attach the pockets and tie to the base. When you are finished you should have a nice rolled up purse organizer.
If you don't already have one, buy a used sewing machine and make sure that you will enjoy and stick with it. As you learn the techniques and become skillful, you may decide to spring for a new machine later.
Focus on learning one sewing skill at a time. Become good at that technique, then move along and learn the next.
Become acquainted with the tools you will need to become good at sewing. As you master one tool, start practicing with another and the first thing you know, you will be a sewing master!