Sewing Caddy Free Tutorial on Blog with Birch Fabrics Wild Land

I am excited to be over on the Fabricworm blog today with this Sewing Caddy tutorial I designed for them using the Birch Organics Wild Land fabric line.  It fits under a sewing machine or serger and I hope you'll head over there to read (and sew!) the tutorial.  Be sure to pin it to your Pinterest board so you can find it later!  Feel free to leave a comment for them, letting them know if you like the tutorial or what your favorite Wild Land print is.  They have quite a few excellent tutorials and free patterns available and they run regular sales on their great selection of fabrics.  Be sure to subscribe to their newsletter to receive email updates on sales, in-stock fabrics, and their Saturday Sewing ideas.

I love the colors and print in Wild Land.  I used all cottons for the sewing caddy, but this line of fabric is available as organic cotton poplin fabric, organic knit fabric, organic double gauze fabric and organic canvas fabric (I used Birch Fabrics organic canvas for this backpack).  Wild Land, designed for Birch Fabrics by Miriam Bos, features a unique floral (I'm in love with Flowerbed Blue), an arrow print, an arrowhead print, tee-pees, a village feast, wild horses, and coordinating solids.  Wild Land Patch is the perfect fabric for a pin cushion (also included in the tutorial).  It would also be great for bean bags, or as the center of quilt blocks.  So many uses for such a great fabric line.

I'd love to see your sewing caddy if you use the tutorial - or anything you make with Wild Land.  Tag me on Instagram, or leave a comment below with a link!


  1. Thanks, Stephanie. And I am with you - this Wildland line is fantastic. Although, Birch Fabrics seems to always put out something I love!


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