Easy DIY No Sew Farmhouse Wall Pocket

If you love easy DIY projects – I’ve got a super cute and easy one.  Make one for yourself, and one to give as a gift!

It’s a farmhouse wall pocket that can be made from a scrap piece of fabric, but it’s no-sew and is inexpensive to make.

I put together a step by step photo tutorial to help you make your own quickly and easily.
This farmhouse hanging pocket is an no-sew, easy DIY project. Tutorial @ www.knickoftime.net

Easy DIY Farmhouse Wall Pocket

farmhouse wall pocket supplies - www.knickoftime.net

Supplies List : (includes affiliate links for your convenience)

ticking fabric (you’ll need less than 1/4 yard per wall pocket)

pinking scissors

regular scissors

iron-on adhesive

fabric hole punch or awl

3.97 mm eyelet fastener kit (these are very inexpensive!)  Also known as grommets, if that’s a term more familiar to you.

scrap wire

hammer

Directions:

Fold a piece of 8-1/2 x11″ paper in half lengthwise to use as a pattern.  Pin pattern to your chosen fabric (heavier weight works best) and cut it out.

Fold the fabric in half lengthwise and iron the fold in the center.

how to make a farmhouse wall pocket with ticking fabric - www.knickoftime.net

Cut 3 strips of iron-on adhesive.  On the wrong side of the fabric, place one inside the fold, one on the long open edge and one at the bottom edge.  Iron for 2-3 seconds, let the paper cool, then remove the paper backing.

Fold the fabric and iron for another 8 seconds to seal the adhesive.

How to make a farmhouse style ticking wall pocket - www.knickoftime.net

Use pinking scissors to trim around all 4 edges.  Pinking the edge keeps the fabric from fraying.

No sew farmhouse style DIY wall pocket

Punch holes at the top of both sides of the pocket.

If you don’t have a fabric hole punch, clip a very small X into the fabric on both sides.

ticking fabric hole punch

Place the eyelet on the  on top of the anvil (the small round piece).

gommet eyelet fastner tool how-to - www.knickoftime.net

Position the hole in the fabric over the eyelet with the wrong side of the fabric at the top.

how to use a grommet eyelet fastener tool - www.knickoftime.net

Put the longer anvil on top of the eyelet and hammer to open up the bottom of the eyelet.

eyelet fastner grommets in fabric

The underside will look like the left side of the photo below and the front of the eyelet will look like the right side.

grommets-in-fabric-knick-of-time Bend wire into “hooks” through the eyelets to make the hanger.

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The finished pocket makes a great gift.  Fill it with dried or faux flowers, or pens and a notepad, or kitchen utensils.

You can make them larger or smaller, depending on what you want to put in them.

Easy DIY farmhouse fabric pocket tutorial - www.knickoftime.net

If you make one of these easy DIY wall pockets, I’d love to hear about it!

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Make this easy DIY no-sew farmhouse style wall pocket in less than 30 minutes - www.knickoftime.net

Vaya con Dios,

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Comments

  1. Sherri Maher says:

    Angie, i’m always happy in the morning when I open my email and see a post from Nick of Time and always open yours first. I’m constantly amazed at how creative you are And generous with your heart. Blessings,

  2. How cute is that? I love no sew projects!

  3. This little wall pocket is super cute! I love the fabric, perfect for the farmhouse style. And it’s a no sew, can’t get any better then that ?

  4. I love it Angie! You should put these in your shop!

  5. Karen Robbins says:

    What a cute idea! I love the ticking fabric and also the ones made in the grain sack fabric. I love all of your ideas. I plan to make some of these and I agree they would be a great item for your shop.

  6. Very cute. How smart. I love it! I love it on the board too! Thanks for the tutorial.
    Happy Fall!

  7. Love this! Especially on the board! Very clever! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Are you surprised if a reader finds ways to doll up their pocket from looking at your adorable pocket? This is such simple decorative idea for anybody to take off with it by adding other embellishments. You make things look so easy, your projects always turn out so cute. Imagine you sell a lot of your cute ideas.
    Been long time since have used eyelets but think is most likely best way to add wire handle for pocket. Think using pinking shears gives pocket nice finished edge besides preventing raveling. Don’t know what would do without my handy pinking shears. Think will be having great time making some of these pockets, makes cute gift bag.
    How is your Mom doing? Hope she will recover well so she can continue on with life, enjoying her loving family.
    Enjoy rest of week

  9. Thanks for coming up with all these posts! Even I can make most of the treasures!

  10. angie you are so talented! these wall pockets are stunning!! love the fabric, the eyelets, and the reclaimed wood background!! <3

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