Over the door shoe rack – Clutter can be a source of stress. An over-the-door shoe rack can hold more than just shoes off the floor and out of your way. You can use it to store craft or sewing supplies, small toys, underwear and socks. It is easier to grab objects from a rack than waste time searching for a needed item. The mesh or clear pockets are best so you can see it all in an instant. If you store socks, tights or stockings, belts and other accessories with every pair of shoes, you save an additional step when trying to coordinate your outfits.
Make your own over the door shoe rack, Sew seam binding along the long edge of each of the 12-inch by 16-inch pieces of burlap cloth, using your sewing machine and regular foot. Accordion times the first four inches to the right of each 12-inch from 16-inch piece of burlap cloth. Apply spray starch into place. Avoid getting starch rest of the cloth. 4th Press starched pleats with a steam iron on cotton setting to make crisp folds. 5th Repeat steps 1 through 4 for the left side of each piece of burlap. You now have 12 8-inch-wide pocket pieces.
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Mounting over the door shoe rack, laid three accordion-folded pocket pieces so their unbound edge is even with the line that is second from the bottom on your support. Make sure the pocket pieces an even distance. Use straight pins placed vertically to keep the pockets in place temporarily. Remove your regular foot on your machine by loosening the side screw and replace it with a “go” or quilting foot. Sew across the pins halfway between the last and next-to-last chalk lines. Apply spray starch to the attached pockets and press them up, so that is 1/2-inch of fabric backing during the lower edge of each pocket.
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