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Hello hello! Crystal here, from Stitched by Crystal. Can you believe it is back to school time already? It seems like summer just started and I dropped my kiddos off for their first day of school this morning! They are loaded up with new school supplies in their fresh new backpacks. So, to make keeping track of all those new pencils, markers, and crayons a little easier, I made a fabric pencil case to keep everything organized! Today I am sharing a tutorial so you can sew a fabric pencil case too!
This little fabric pencil case is really roomy, it measures 10″ long by about 4″ wide and is almost 2″ tall, making it big enough to hold lots of freshly sharpened pencils and you can even get some scissors and other supplies in there, too! And it opens wide with a zipper top for easy access when you need them.
This fabric pencil case sews up quick and is a great project for beginners. If you are a beginner, this is a great project to practice your zipper skills – the zipper on this project is easy peasy. And you don’t need much fabric, so raid your scrap bins for some fun prints.
A fabric pencil case would be perfect for a boy or girl of any age, even adults would love one! It would make a great back to school gift for your student or a really fun gift for their teacher, or just sew one up to keep on your desk!
Want to sew a fabric pencil case? Great! Let me show you how…