Sewing Pattern by Noodlehead
Pattern name – Road Trip Case
Finished Item – Portable Case / Organizer
Paper Pattern and Instructions only, does not include fabrics or notions
You’ll take it with you wherever you go. This case is for anyone! Get organized!
pocket option with flaps, great for anything from crayons to sewing notions, embroidery or cross stitch goodies
pocket option for rubber band looms (specifically Rainbow Loom) and case/or additional loom
see-through vinyl pocket to quickly see what you have
portable and easy to customize
hang it over a door knob when you’re at home
To view more Road Trip Cases from other makers, check out #roadtripcase on Instagram!
Skill level: Great for an advanced beginner and beyond, although it could be tackled by an adventurous beginner!
+ approx. finished dimensions: 13.5” wide, 9’’ tall (12.5’’ including handles), 18’’ tall when fully opened
FQ= fat quarter (18″ x 22″)
+ additional fabric necessary if using directional print
1 FQ exterior main+
1 FQ main lining+
1 FQ interior pockets
1 FQ interior accents
13.5’’ x 18’’ cotton canvas/fusible fleece
12.5’’ x 17’’ cotton batting
2 yards 1/2’’ double fold bias tape
14’’ x 10’’ 16-gauge clear vinyl
1’’ wide elastic
1/4’’ wide elastic (for long pocket version)
(for alternate pocket) 3/4’’ wide hook & loop tape – 6’’
3 elastic hair ties (if not making fabric loops)
scraps of fusible interfacing
[plastic case for rubber bands (or smaller craft pieces) is made by CraftMates, called Lockables. This particular size is a 7 compartment case. You can find them at Michaels and Joanns (mine was in the jewelry section for about $3). Or check online: Create for Less.]
Paper (printed) pattern:
Paper pattern version includes instruction booklet with step-by-step instructions and professional illustrations, pattern sheet for flap piece and templates, rotary cutting instructions/measurements for all other pattern pieces (just cut and sew, no need to cut out pattern pieces), full-color cover sheet, all tucked into a resealable poly bag.
Sell finished items! You (the purchaser of this pattern) can sell finished sewn items made using this pattern (on a home-based scale), credit to Anna Graham www.noodle-head.com is appreciated!