Clever Couch Caddy


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This useful and sophisticated caddy is designed to drape over the arm of your couch with one end tucked under the cushion and the other holding essentials. There are a total of three pockets, two along the bottom ideal for housing remotes, cell phones, and glasses with a larger pocket for tablets, books, and magazines. The pockets are neatly wrapped with contrasting binding finished with a narrow coverstitch. The front has a series of decorative cover and chainstitches along with each side featuring a row of piping adding structure and style. The entire caddy is made on a serger with required speciality feet and accessories. Final Dimensions Overall 29” x 3-1/2”, Top Pocket 6” tall, Bottom Pocket 9” tall. While making this project you’re going to gain many skills and discover exciting techniques you can achieve by using your serger, such as:

  • Decorative Chain & Coverstitches
  • Binding with Narrow Coverstitch
  • Insert Piping

Designed using the BERNINA L890 but can be stitched on any machine as long as your serger has the listed stitches and presser feet.

  • Double Fold Binder 36mm plus accessory holder
  • 5mm Piping

Materials – Non-Directional prints are recommended (Colors based on instructions)

  • Fabric A (Gold) 1 yd
  • Fabric B (Orange) 1 yd
  • Fabric C (Blue) ¼ yd
  • ½ yd Woven Fusible Interfacing i.e. Pellon Shape Flex
  • 1 yd Light Fusible Batting i.e. Dream Fusible Batting
  • 2 yds 5mm Cording
  • 8” of ½” Paper Back Fusible Web i.e. Lite Steam a Seam 2

If you are unsure if your machine can do this, reference your user manual or ask your local dealer.

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*This is a PDF Serger Pattern and not a physical paper pattern shipped to you. You need a serger and a specialty serger presser foot in order to make this. We do not offer refunds for digital products, so make sure you understand what you are buying. Read our policy here.

Big thank you to my amazing test sewers for their finished pieces.

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