Make your own stylish jewellery wrap with this free DIY pattern. Whether you’re looking for a safe place to keep your favourite accessories when you’re travelling or looking to tidy up your dressing table, this jewellery wrap is the perfect place to store your trinkets.
Use a 1cm (3⁄8in) seam allowance throughout.
You Will Need
- Fabric, two fat quarters
- Fleece, iron-on fleece: 10x28cm (4x11in)
- Plastic poppers
- Large lobster clasps, x3
- Marker, erasable marker pen
Draw around the template – available here – and on your outer and lining fabrics. Cut out, leaving a 1cm (3⁄8in) seam allowance.
Copy the markings for the clasps and poppers from the template to the lining fabric.
Using the template, cut a piece of iron-on fleece to size but without any seam allowance. Iron it onto the wrong side of the outer fabric.
Use the template to cut the pocket piece from the lining fabric. Turn the short edges over by 1cm (3⁄8in) to the WS and stitch down to hem.
Sandwich the pocket piece (raw edges facing the lining) between the outer and lining fabrics.
Pin and sew all the way around the edges using the fleece as a guide. Remember to leave a small gap to turn it through.
Snip around the corners. This will reduce bulk when turning RS out.
Turn it right side out, making sure the pockets are on the lining side. Pin and sew the line which creates the bottom of the pockets.
Attach or sew the poppers to the inside and outside of the jewellery case.
Sew the clasps in place to hold your necklace chains and prevent them getting tangled.