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This file folder organizer can keep anything organized in any room! I had one person write me and tell me that she loves it to use in her sewing room to organize the patterns she prints from the Internet. You can even use it in the kitchen to organize your recipes by using a different folder for each type of food item. You can use it to keep track of your kids homework. Then of course, there's the home office where you can organize financial papers, medical bills, etc. The possibilities are endless.
I used a fusible fleece on the front piece and a heavy interfacing on the bottom piece. After stitching plastic rings to the back to use as hangers, you can secure the threads and fibers surrounding them with some clear craft glue for extra hold. There is also a rod pocket across the back so you can slip in a dowel rod for a nice flat upper edge.
You can use my patterns for personal use and to make things that you sell from your website, online shops, and craft shows.
All photos were taken by me, and all illustrations, pattern pieces, and instructions were created by me. You can not redistribute the pattern, images, or photos in any way. You also can not claim the finished item as your own design.
2 yards of fabric “A” (44/45” wide) for front, back, pockets, rod pocket
1/2 yard of fabric “B” (44/45” wide) for binding & mock binding
1/2 yard of fusible fleece (44”wide), I used Pellon brand
1 1/4 yard of heavy weight fusible interfacing (22” wide), I used “Craft Fuse by Pellon”
3 yards of medium weight fusible interfacing (22” wide), I used Pellon
2 - 5/8” plastic rings
1/4” dowel rod, cut to a 12” long piece
All purpose sewing thread to match binding
Clear craft glue, I like Fabri-Tac but any good quality glue will work