Take your organization and storage UP off of your desk and onto your wall with a DIY embroidery hoop wall organizer!
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I collect them like kids collect stickers!
But sometimes I need them up off of my work space so I love the concept of vertical storage.
Why not hang your office supplies above your work area to free up more room with a DIY embroidery hoop wall organizer?
You can easily make a small organizer with an embroidery hoop and a few supplies.
It’s no sew and it will hardly cost you a thing!
Embroidery hoop (this one is a 10″)
Hot glue gun
The first item of business is sizing the cork to fit inside the embroidery hoop.
To do this, remove the inner hoop and place it on the cork.
Trace the interior of the hoop onto the cork with a maker and cut out the cork shape.
Push the cork so that it is flush with the bottom of the hoop and place hot glue all around the back edges to keep it in place.
When you flip the hoop over you can see the cork flush with the hoop.
For more than one pocket, layer the fabric.
To be sure to see the pattern on the bandana you can iron down the excess fabric along the edges so it falls to the back.
To create multiple divisions in the smaller front pocket, use 1/18″ double sided Hercules tape on the back side of the front fabric pocket.
Alternatively you can stitch the divisions.
But I like the look of the tape better so no stitches show up on the bandana pattern.
Arrange the pockets on the embroidery hoop and place outer hoop over the inner hoop.
Tighten the screw and pull bandana fabric as needed to straighten and tighten it across the cork.
Trim off excess fabric from the back of the hoop.
Place a notepad in the large fabric pocket, and fill the front pocket with pens, scissors, and whatever other accessories you keep nearby.
This DIY embroidery hoop wall organizer is so easy to make and cost effective- I think they would be super fun to make for all your friends as gifts!
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