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Desktop Organizer

Added Oct 13, 2008

by emrichkh

Loveland, Colora...

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Description

I made this desktop caddy for my father’s birthday. This is another pattern from the Amy Butler In Stitches book. This project ended up much more difficult than I anticipated. The stabilizer was difficult to work with and the lining ended up all bunchy. I wasn’t satisfied with the sturdiness of the finished project (the longer sides bowed out and didn’t keep there shape), so I made a make-shift divider to give it more stability.

Material Notes

Home decor weight cotton, Extra heavy Pellon

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

In Stitches & myself

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    Oct 13, 2008, 08.09 PMby ccsinspirations

    Well done, I would never have guessed the divider wasn’t part of the original plan! Your version is better!

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