Thursday, July 29, 2010

East & Cheap Tool Roll

Here's a quick, cheap and easy tool roll. 1. Go to any Jo Anns store or furniture store and ask if they have any older samples of upholstery materials that they discard. That's what the tool roll is made from. Select the stiffest fabric. 2. Merely fold the sample fabric piece to create "pockets" for the tools. 3. Use a sewing machine to sew a seam that separates the tool pockets. 4. Take an old leather belt and cut pieces, that when folded will go into each tool section as a liner. 5. Tie some leather thongs through the grommets on the top flap of fabric. 6. Fold and tie the roll together. Total cost 00000000000000.

1 comment:

Hal in Seattle said...

Tom
Great idea and minimal cost.