The Pixie Cup FREE Sewing Tutorial

Pixie Cup FREE Sewing Tutorial

The Pixie Cup FREE Sewing Tutorial

This cute and functional fabric container can carry and organize any small items like pencils, sewing accessories or even candies.

Materials & Cutting

Tall Version
1 rectangle 4 1/2 x 13″ of fabric for exterior panel (patchwork option: 8 rectangles 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″ each)
1 rectangle 4 1/2 x 13″ of batting for exterior interfacing
1 rectangle 4 1/2 x 13″ of linen for lining
1 rectangle 4 1/2 x 13″ of fusible interfacing (I use Pellon Craft Fuse) for lining interfacing
2 circles 4″ diameter of linen for exterior and lining base pieces
1 circle 4″ diameter of batting for exterior base interfacing
1 circle 4″ diameter of fusible interfacing (I use Pellon Craft Fuse) for lining base interfacing
2 strips 1/2 x 3″ of leather for handles (other options: twill tape, double fold bias tape)

Short Version
1 rectangle 2 1/2 x 13″ of fabric for exterior panel (patchwork option: 8 rectangles 2 x 2 1/2″ each — you'll sew the 2 1/2″ sides together)
1 rectangle 2 1/2 x 13″ of batting for exterior interfacing
1 rectangle 2 1/2 x 13″ of linen for lining
1 rectangle 2 1/2 x 13″ of fusible interfacing (I use Pellon Craft Fuse) for lining interfacing
2 circles 4″ diameter of linen for exterior and lining base pieces
1 circle 4″ diameter of batting for exterior base interfacing
1 circle 4″ diameter of fusible interfacing (I use Pellon Craft Fuse) for lining base interfacing
2 strips 1/2 x 3″ of leather for handles (other options: twill tape, double fold bias tape)

Other Supplies
Adhesive basting spray
Thread & needle (if hand sewing the opening closed)
Chopstick or knitting needle
Binding clips

You might want to check this Mug Caddy Organizer FREE Sewing Tutorial.

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