What you will need:
¼ yd print fabric
¼ yd coordinating fabric (for the inside)
Pen Quilting or chalk
1. cut out a 6” x 16 ½” rectangle and a 5” x 16 ½” rectangle from the print fabric and then a second 5 x 16 ½” rectangle from the coordinating fabric (inside fabric)
2. Set the two 5 x 16 ½” rectangles to the side. Fold the 6” rectangle in half and sew long ends together to hold in place. You now have a 3" x 16 1/2" rectangle.
3. Mark 17 lines ¾” apart on the folded rectangle. These mark the stitch line for the crayon pockets.
4. Placed the folded and marked print fabric onto the coordinating fabric matching one long edge and ends as below, pin in place.
5. Stitch along marks reinforcing ends of each line.
6. Place last rectangle on top of the others with right sides together and stitch around 3 sides leaving one short edge open for turning.
7. Take a business car and cut the top off at an angle to make an arrow shape. Cut 1 arrow of print fabric and 1 of the coordinating fabric.
8. stitch right sides together, turn rightside out and press flat. Set aside.
9. Carefully fold 1/4" of the unfinished edge of the crayon roll over to create a smooth edge, press. Then place arrow's flat end into the open end of the crayon roll, pin in place and sew along edge closing the opening.
Now here you can change it up if you like. I add a button hole and a button to the outside of crayon roll, but you can put ribbon instead of the arrow, or a zipper, Velcro, snaps, whatever you please and think your child will enjoy more. Get creative and have fun!!!!