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Single Pocket File Folder Holder Organizer

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Author Sheryl Hastings
Price $4.95
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I created this item out of necessity. I wanted something to hang over my sewing table and desk that would hold my most "go to" files. There are files that I use everyday such as book keeping, shop forms, and current projects. After I made it I thought it could be used for so many other things. How perfect to hold a couple magazines or catalogs in the bathroom or bedroom? It would also be great in the kitchen for recipes, bills, and coupons. Finished measurement is 11 1/2 x 14 inches.

It holds up to three file folders or a couple of magazines comfortably and because of the way it's designed, it's very sturdy and strong. I have a similar one that has 8 pockets which I have hanging in my sewing room for the past two years, and it's still as strong and neat looking as the day I made it

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Supplies:
1/2 yard of fabric A (binding, pocket lining, rod pocket, 3 front pieces)
1/3 yard of fabric B (front, backing, 2 front pieces)
1/3 yard of fusible fleece (44” wide)
1/3 yard of heavy weight fusible interfacing (22” wide)
1/4” wooden dowel rod, cut to 12” long
2 plastic rings (about 5/8”)
Thread to match fabrics
Strong button or craft thread (any color you have, it won’t be seen)
Good quality fabric or craft glue (I like Fabri-tac by Beacon)

General Supplies:
Scissors, pins, paper & pencil, iron & ironing board, marking pencil or pen, cutting mat with ruler & rotary cutter (optional but helpful), sewing machine

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