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Car Organizer Sewing Patterns (23 free designs!)
No more rummaging around, looking through a pile of disorganized stuff while trying
to keep your eyes on the road. So in this way, a fabric organizer can actually help
keep you safer while driving.

And you'll also find a couple of great organizing bins you can make for your trunk or
the floor of your car and a couple of cute baskets for trash.

And what's great about making your own car organizer, is that you can customize it
to fit your own car seat perfectly. And you can make it stylish in addition to being
practical by choosing fun festive fabrics (or simply colors that coordinate with your
car's interior).

And to make your organizer more durable (because stuff will constantly be getting
placed or shoved into and out of pockets), you may find the following tips helpful:
Choose a slightly thicker fabric for your organizer, such as a twill or mid-weight
canvas. But if you want to use a lighter weight fabric for your organizer, you may be
able to add strength to it by backing it with fusible interfacing. Reinforce where the
straps attach to the body of your organizer with several rows of stitching. Or create
holes for the straps and reinforce the holes with grommets. And reinforce the tops
of any pockets with additional stitching.

Substitute mesh for your outer fabric to enable you to see what's stored in your car
seat organizer. And if you're making a trash bucket, considering lining it with a water
resistant fabric such as laminated cotton or ripstop nylon.
Car Organizer
Sew Can She
Car Seat Organizer
Live Art Gallery Fabrics
Keep your car neat and organized with the help of this collection of over twenty free
car organizer patterns, tutorials, and diy sewing projects gathered from all over the
web!

Most of these designs are for back-of-the-seat (or front) organizers, which are
great for corralling kid stuff like books, tablets, wipes, snacks, and drinks. And if you
switch your seat organizer to the front, it can become a great way to keep adult
stuff like cell phones, sunglasses, tissues, pens and notepads organized.
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