Stop losing tiny remotes!!! I never thought I would be one to own an arm chair remote control holder. I mean, they were for old people – am I right? Well – call me old fuddy buddy – because not only do I have a remote caddy, but I sewed it myself!
With the invention of Apple TV, Fire TV, and the like – came teeny tiny remotes. And I was tired of constantly searching through the couch cushions for these minuscule TV control ninjas. Losing the remote = no Netflix marathons, and I just wasn’t having that.
How to make a remote caddy || for teeny tiny remotes.
Remote caddy DIY
- 13-inch W x 50-inch L fabric for main pattern piece
- 13-inch W x 6-inch L fabric for pocket pattern piece
- 13-inch W x 4-inch L fabric for pocket binding
- 3 1/2 yards [bias tape](http://www.ehow.com/ehow-crafts/blog/the-beauty-of-bias-tape-part-1-make-your-own/)
- Coordinating thread
- Universal sewing needle
- Rotary cutter or fabric scissors
- Iron and ironing board
- Optional: 3 1/2 inches of 1-inch wide elastic (not shown)
Even Sampson dog likes it.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and until next time…