Sewing Needle Case Tutorial

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It’s ready!  Do you remember my sewing needle case from last week?  Well, the tutorial is all ready to go.  Just click on the link below to download the free PDF.  I made pictures for you and everything.  As always, if you find any errors or if something is not clear, please drop me a line and let me know.

Click here to download the Sewing Needle Case tutorial.

This is a super quick project.  The embroidery and hand-stitching could easily be done in an evening.  The case itself comes together in under an hour (including the time it takes to set up your machine and iron).  I hope you enjoy!

Sample Image: SewingNeedleCase2

Also, just a friendly reminder — the tutorial is for personal use only.  Please don’t reproduce or reuse this tutorial without permission.  Thanks!

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Updated: A huge thank you to Nikki at CraftStylish for featuring this tutorial!  There are a ton of other great tutorials at CraftStylish if you are looking for more sewing (or crafting) projects.

Filed under Fabric & Sewing, I Made This, Tutorials & Downloads.

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  1. Leah said

    Awsome needle case pattern!!! I made that first then decided to make a wallet out of it . All I did was add more pockets and a zipper! Great Ideas on your website too!

  2. lisa said

    How did you know that I have been having a dilemma about where to put my needles, so I could remember not only the size but what type of needle they are (e.g. stretch, denim, topstitch etc.).Thank you Gazillions and HAPPY SEWING!

  3. Classyladyjen said

    I really like the case. I have been trying to think of an idea for that!

    Cute!

  4. shelby said

    That is really nice i think ineed to make one thank you for sharing the tutoroil.

  5. This is lovely. I’ve need something similar for a very long time. Thank you kindly for the pattern.

  6. Great design and easy to make thankyou. You can check mine out below and I have given you credit :)
    Thanks again!!!

  7. Jen said

    Thanks for this great tutorial!

  8. cheri said

    This was just what I was looking for!! I’m just about ready to get started to learning embroidery, and I found myself with all kinds of different needles and wanted to put them in a book with labels but the one I started designing myself started to look a bit more complicated that I first though it would, so now maybe I can get one made after all.

  9. neoff said

    hi!!!

  10. Natasha said

    this is great. Really easy to customize and so effective. I really enjoyed making it – thank you