Notepad Organizers PDF Pattern

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Price: $6.00

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  • Two sizes! Small uses 3″x5″, Medium uses 4″x6″ notepads
  • 10 page full color tutorial with photos and detailed instructions
  • Computer generated pattern pieces
    (7 pattern pieces total for each size, must be printed and taped together)
  • This is a PDF Sewing Pattern. You must be able to open and print a PDF file.
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Make your own notepad organizer with this PDF pattern! Pattern pieces are included for two sizes, along with 8 pages of instructions with pictures, tutorial style. Makes a great birthday, Mother’s Day or Teacher Appreciation gift!

Organize your life (well, at least your shopping). Write your shopping list and then stash your coupons in the pocket. Great for keeping those bulky discount coupons out of your wallet. No more searching for crumpled sticky note lists or opening your bag to find creases in your notepad!

Small Size
Main Fabric: 1/4 Yard or Fat Quarter
Lining Fabric: 1/4 Yard or Fat Quarter
Fusible interfacing: 1/4 yard
Peltex: Approx. 8”x6”
Elastic: 7.25” of 1/4” or 3/8” wide elastic

Medium Size
Main Fabric: 1/4 Yard or Fat Quarter
Lining Fabric: 1/4 Yard or Fat Quarter
Fusible interfacing: 1/4 yard
Peltex: Approx. 10”x7”
Elastic: 8.25” of 1/4” or 3/8” wide elastic

Medium size measures about 5″ x 6.5″ while closed and holds a standard, easy to find 4″x6″ notepad. Uses one fat quarter or quarter yard for the main fabric and another for the lining.

Small size measures about 4″x5.5″ while closed and holds a standard, easy to find 3″x5″ notepad. Use a single fat quarter for a great stash-busting project!

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 2 reviews
by Karen on
Organized Notepads R Us

Bought this pattern a while ago, and finally got around to using it. Made 4 on the trot and may even let someone else have one of them. Her usual lovely clear instructions. As I am unable to get Pellon Peltex in the U.K. used 2 layers of Vilene V240 which worked okay. I did add a pen holder to mine though.

by Cathie Horne on
Christmas Presents all around

I thought these would make cute stocking stuffers and made one up as a birthday gift for a niece. Once again, I was not disappointed with the pattern. I have only been back into sewing for less than a year, but Erin's patterns are keeping me busy!
I have had a request to adapt this pattern to fit an 8x11 pad and am sure with Erin's inspiration, I will have success.
I have purchased a total of 8 patterns from Erin and am working my way through them.