Bedtime Toy Caddy

Time Required: 2.5 hours

Keep your favorite nighttime accessories at your fingertips with these bright, bold bedside pockets that can be made in an afternoon. Customize the number and width of the pockets to suit your needs, or make a mini version to lay over the arm of your couch as a remote control holder.

bedtime toy caddy

Materials and supplies

  • Brother sewing machine (this project was made on the NQ900)
  • Thread, white
  • Denim, medium weight: 32” (81 cm) x 32” (81 cm)
  • Cotton, light weight, yellow: 8 5/8” (22 cm) x 32” (81 cm)
  • Cotton, light weight, yellow polka-dot: 16” (40 cm) x 12 2/8” (31 cm)
  • Cotton, light weight, pink: 16” (40 cm) x 11 5/8” (29.5 cm)
  • Cotton, light weight, white with pink hearts: 16” (40 cm) x 11 5/8” (29.5 cm)
  • Cotton, light weight, blue with pink hearts: 16” (40 cm) x 16 2/8” (41 cm)
  • Double-fold bias tape, white: 173” (439 cm)
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