DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch

I find inspiration for DIY projects all over, and this time it came in the form of the cutest little tea towel that I ever laid my eyes on. My little orange and strawberry-adorned find serves as the perfect starting point for keeping bar tools nice and organized: a fabric bar tool roll-up pouch! Make one for yourself, or grab a few of your favorite new or vintage tea towels and make a bunch to give as hostess gifts! –Mandy Pellegrin of Fabric Paper Glue

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful PaperDIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Bar Tool Roll-Up OSBP 4

Supplies and Tools

Tea towel
Marking pencil
Approximately 2′ of ribbon
Thread
Sewing machine

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Step One: With the towel oriented vertically, fold the bottom 7″ and the top 5″ towards the center of the back, and press.

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Step Two: On the bottom flap, measure and mark out 6 to 7 evenly-spaced vertical lines.

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Step Three: Stitch along the edges and marked lines on the bottom flaps to create pockets for the tools.

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Step Four: Stitch 1/2″ from the fold of the top flap in order to help keep the tools from falling out of the top of the roll-up.

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Step Five: Fold a piece of ribbon approximately 24″ long in half. Stitch the folded edge to the middle of one of the edges of the roll-up.

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful PaperDIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

DIY Tutorial: Fabric Bar Tool Roll Up Pouch via Oh So Beautiful Paper

Photo Credits: Mandy Pellegrin for Oh So Beautiful Paper

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