As a little something extra for Father’s Day, I made my husband this Visor Caddy for his work van. It holds a 4″ X 6″ notepad, pen/pencil, a travel size pack of tissues, two business card holders (one for his card to give out and one for the cards he receives), and a zipper pocket for receipts or…whatever.
The visor measures 16″ X 7″ and attaches to the visor with elastic sewn on the backside. Here’s the DIY Visor Caddy Pattern you can download. Since this was for a cargo van, I suggest you compare it with your visor so you can make whatever changes might be needed.
I finally finished writing the sewing pattern for these Travel and Toiletry Bags that have been sitting in my sewing area for weeks! I promised my daughter she could have them (she gave me the idea) and the other day she saw them and said, “I can’t wait to get my bags”…OK, Katie, I got the hint. They’re all yours:)
The Large Travel Bag measures 20″ X 11″ X 7″ deep, has a lined front divided pocket, three (3) inner pocket and a shoulder strap.
The Toiletry Bag measures 10″ X 6″ X 4 1/2″ deep and has three (3) inner pockets and short handles. It’s roomy enough to hold your toiletries, brush/combs and your make up.
You can purchase the pattern HERE!
For all you dog lovers, here’s my latest Craftsy Pattern.
I had been working on designing a dog treat bag pattern that hooked onto a leash. I thought it was a good idea, but then I got a BETTER idea, which was to incorporate the Poop Bags into the design.
I also decided to include how to make a dog leash and came up with the Dog Leash and Treat Bag with Poop Bag Dispenser Pattern
The Dog Leash is super easy to make and fun to coordinate with the Treat Bag fabric.
The Treat Bag is, well, kinda neat and very practical! It’s easy to make and easy to use. Just place a Poop Bag roll into the bag lining and push the end through the bottom opening. Close the lining and fill the top with dog treats…or people treats…or personal items such as keys, ID and some money. Then simply attach it onto the dog leash with the swivel hook.
How cute are these!
I needed something to make for the kids on Christmas Eve and came up with these. They’re soft stuffed pillows made from felt. They have a zipper mouth for gobbling up all sorts of things like, reading books, new pajamas, coloring book and crayons, gift cards, stickers…and more!
I had so much fun creating a different Monster for each child.
So you too can have lots of FUN making these cute monster stuffed pillows, visit my Craftsy Pattern Store here!