Get Out The Door Faster with These Doorknob Pockets for Keys, Glasses, Pet Supplies
Lazies, If you’re looking for a way to free up your hands and get out the door faster, then these doorknob pockets are for you! Would an extra place near the door to hold my keys or glasses be handy? How about an easy way to hold my cell phone at the outlet when charging? Make the perfect place for your sunglasses. Organize your pet your dog leash, potty bags, or a quick treat at the door. Make these clever doorknob pockets to provide a safe place for your most needed items without taking up space and to help keep things handy when you are on the go.
Handy colorful pockets to hold what you need,
where you need them.
Look at all those great curves! Hang On has a flat back so she hangs nicely against the wall, drawer, or door.
The Hang On doorknob pocket is just the helping hand to hang where needed. I especially love her for housing my cell phone, or holding the keys at the door. Hang On gets her incredible structure from our unique Stiff Stuff interfacing and is made from a 10″ square. She is quick as can be so get ready to make a ton.
Easy To Make From a Couple of Fabrics
– One project from one 10″ ‘sandwich’ composed of fabric, Fusi-Bond Lite and Stiff Stuff.
– Layer cake friendly!
– Meet the original Stiff Stuff craft patterns here.
Easy Sewing Pattern: Hang On, LGD142
I’m not sure it could be any quicker! Cut two pieces, stitch, fold, and fun! Then fill with necessities, like chocolate and hang close by.
These quick and easy pockets are bowed at the front for extra roominess. And the handle is like a hat trick – it bows forward, too. This simple engineering means the handle hangs directly over the pocket.
Perfect for Doorknobs, Drawer Pulls, Hooks, and More!
Hang On a hook by your phone charger and wrangle those cords!
A clever holder for your phone.
Organize supplies in the office or sewing room.
You’ll always have pens handy!
Where are those sunglasses and keys?
You’ll never lose your sunglasses again!
Construction is easy. Just zigzag the edges and make a few seams. The project folds at the bottom, so directional prints may be a challenge on this design.
Basic sewing skills such as straight and zigzag stitches
are all you need to make these cute doorknob pockets.
Use Themed Fabrics and Make Gifts
Pet themed fabrics create a perfect gift for the pet lover on your gift list. Use themed or novelty fabrics for holidays or special interests.
Perfect for the dog lover on your gift lift.
Make and fill with treats and supplies.
Cooridnated Sets for Around the House
Make a collection from coordinating fabrics to match your home. It’s a great opportunity to use left over fabrics or try new fabrics that might stretch you out of your comfort zone.
All of these fabrics were sold as a collection. Use a mix
of small, medium, and larger scale prints to mix things up a bit.
Keep everything you need for a sewing kit,
right where you need it.
Use dramatic fabrics and coordinating thread for a perfect ‘Wow’ finish.
The Perfect Interfacings
Use our unique Stiff Stuff and Fusi-Bond Lite interfacing products for this project.
The unique properties of Stiff Stuff from my Lazy Girl Interfacing line brings these designs to life. Stiff Stuff is like the perfect hybrid between stiff/crunchy/thick interfacings and foam. Stiff Stuff has structure, but it is forgiving, lightweight and thin.
Try our Stiff Stuff Craft Pack, item SLG107SQ. Each pack includes four 10″ squares. Also available on a 10yd (SLG107) or 20yd (SLG10720) bolt.
You are also going to need some of my Fusi-Bond Lite SLG101 adhesive web to tie everything together. Fusi provides an amazing bond with the feel of ‘cush’, like a gel insole between your fabric and Stiff Stuff. It’s quite interesting and nice.
Make and Protect Pattern Templates
The pattern includes templates. Check out my handy tutorial for laminating your own paper templates.
Tutorial: Slicker Templates
Are you already stitching in your mind? I am! Yum, look at those colors!
I Want It Now!
Hang On is available as a print-at-home PDF pattern in our online store here.
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