fabric watch roll - travel accessory sewing pattern
the watch roll
The watch roll is a unique and thoughtful gift, as well as a handy travel accessory. It is a padded fabric roll with three slots to safely house your watches when you travel.
The watch roll is 7” wide and 9” tall opened, and 3” tall rolled. Each of the three pockets for the watches are 2" wide and 5.5" deep. It is most appropriate for smaller watches, or watches with flexible bands.
The watch roll is a very simple project that comes together quickly. The pattern can easily be adapted to make a larger roll, to accommodate more watches, or larger watches.
Use light to heavyweight woven fabric for the body, and lightweight woven fabric for the pocket. Use felt, fusible fleece or cotton batting for the interlining. Avoid fabrics that are sheer, stretchy, drapey, or with pile.
This is a GREAT project to use upcycled fabric, like old tweed jackets or military surplus!
Sewing patterns by Valerie Williams under the label Holland Cox, The Syndicate, or handmade classics are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License, and are for personal use only.
- 6 page PDF
- step-by-step directions with photograhs
- US imperial measurements
- suitable for beginners
- great pattern for upcycling fabric
Materials you need at home:
- 1 fat quarter (18” x 22”) of fabric (medium weight like denim or canvas)
- 1 fat quarter of interlining (felt, fusible fleece, or batting)
- basic sewing supplies (including thread, pins, scissors, marking tools, iron and ironing board, and sewing machine)
I'm a sewer and crafter who has been making handbags and accessories under the label Holland Cox since 2004, and blogging about sewing and crafting for nearly as long! I love making things, and teaching others how to make!