DIY Cutlery Pockets

2 Materials
Easy
Make your own cutlery pockets with canvas to present you silverware on your table or just wrap them and take them out on a picnic
Not familiar with sewing? Use fabric glue to seal the pockets.
Cut pieces of canvas in 14x6in (~35x15cm) dimensions. Cut as many as you want to make.
First sew the canvas around to secure from fringing. If you want, you can use some glue to protect it even further. Then fold at about 4 and 1/2 in and sew (or glue) on the left and right side. Finally, following the dimensions in the photo create pockets for the cutlery. You can alter the dimensions depending on the cutlery you will use.
Add a tag or any other embellishment to match your event theme.
Place your cutlery in and wrap. Use the ticking fabric to tie them.
Suggested materials:
  • Canvas Fringe - Ticking   (Canvas Corp Brands)
  • Canvas Fabric - 30" x 36"   (Canvas Corp Brands)
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  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Sep 07, 2016
    I love this idea! I'm always looking for ways to upgrade my hostess-abilities!

    • The Crafts World The Crafts World on Sep 07, 2016
      Thank you a lot :) They are pretty easy to make and can be altered with paint, ribbons etc.

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