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A place for everything! Regardless of whether at home or while traveling with this bright jewelry case, keeping things organized is really fun. Here we show you how you can quickly and easily sew such a jewelry case…

Case MATERIALS


+ Fabrics; leather; zipper
+ Stuffing
+ Fusible web
+ Snap fasteners and attachment pliers
+ Hole punch
+ Straight pins
+ Quilters ruler
+ Scissors
+ Ruler
+ Chalk
+ Thread
+ clips
+ Rickrack
+ Satin & petersham ribbons

Case Steps 1 2


Step 1: Fabric pieces: A: 21 × 31 cm (cut 3), B: 21 × 23 cm (cut 1), C: 21 × 9 cm (cut 1), D: 11 × 11 cm (cut 2), E: 19 × 4 cm (cut 1), F: 19 × 4.5 cm (cut 2), G: 5 × 2 cm (cut 4). 2.5 cm = 1 inch

Step 2: Ring holder (2 F pieces): Stitch rickrack along centre of right fabric side of one F piece. Lay F pieces together, right sides facing. Stitch 1 cm (3/8") from long edges and one narrow end.

Case Steps 3 4


Step 3: Trim corners diagonally. Turn ring holder right side out. Mark position of snap fastener on closed end. Attach snap, with the help of the pliers.

Step 4: Now fill the ring holder with stuffing material, using a pencil or knitting needle as a stuffing tool.

Case Steps 5 6


Step 5: First cut piece E (stud earring flap) once from leather. With fusible web, adhere the fabric E piece to the leather piece, wrong sides facing.

Step 6: Trim leather along fabric edges.

Case Steps 7 8


Step 7: Topstitch close to all edges of stud earring flap. With fusible web, adhere pairs of G pieces (necklace holders) together.

Step 8: Attach snaps.

Case Steps 9 10


Step 9: On stud earring flap, mark positions of holes, with chalk pencil. Punch holes as marked. Attach snap to lower end (as described for Step 3).

Step 10: On each of fabric pieces B (large inside pocket) and C (zipper pocket) finish one 21 cm edge, with a serger.

Case Steps 11 12


Step 11: Press each serged edge to wrong side, 1 cm (3/8") wide. Stitch these fold edges to the zipper tapes.

Step 12: Lay pieces D (necklace pocket) together, right sides facing. Stitch 1 cm (3/8") from two edges.

Case Steps 13 14


Step 13: Trim corner diagonally. Turn right side out.

Step 14: Press seamed edges. Topstitch close to one of the seamed edges.

Case Steps 15 16


Step 15: Lay D on right lower corner of B/C unit, matching raw edges. Edgestitch left seamed edge in place. Stitch along vertical centre. Lay 1 A piece on this edge of B/C, right sides facing. Stitch side edge.

Step 16: Turn right side out. Topstitch close to seamed side edge. Now topstitch approx. 2 cm (¾") to right of zipper, as shown, to separate the two pockets.

Case Steps 17 18


Step 17: Pin or clip pieces E (stud earring flap), F (ring holder), and G (2 necklace holders) to pocket unit, as shown. Mark and insert snaps in pocket unit, catching small pieces of leather on wrong side, as reinforcement.

Step 18: Topstitch close to long edges of pocket unit, thereby catching ends of E, F, and G pieces.

Case Steps 19 20


Step 19: Lay remaining 2 A pieces together, wrong sides facing. Lay inside pocket unit on top, matching raw edges. Stitch close to all edges, catching 2 satin ribbons at center of one narrow edge.

Step 20: Finally press petersham ribbon in half lengthwise. Measure lengths of edges between corners. Stitch corners in ribbon. Pin ribbon over all edges and edgestitch in place.

FINISHED


FINISHED! This is the perfect case to travel with do you can always find what piece of jewelry you want to wear, and no more loosing earrings in your luggage.

Need some more jewelry to put in this fabric organizer? Try making these Tassel Earrings!

TASSEL EARRINGS

3 Comments

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    Jun 6, 2018, 01.04 AMby jenss-1

    I have one already (store bought) and it is really useful for traveling. This is so pretty though, I am tempted to make a new one.

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    May 29, 2018, 09.43 PMby hilcat

    This is great, but I see no need for petersham ribbon since the trim is mitered instead of rounded. Grosgrain costs much less, comes in many colors and patterns, and does the job perfectly. Thanks for this great jewelry roll pattern.

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    May 21, 2018, 04.41 AMby Jeevan Shetty

    Such an Amazing tutorial I am gonna recommend to my sister, it is nicely put together. Thank you Burdastylehttps://www.walikali.com/radhika-kumaraswamy-h-d-kumaraswamy/

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