The Little WrapYou will need:
12X12 inch square of main fabric (light blue fabric), backing fabric (white fabric), and interfacing
12X7 inch square of medium fabric (white with blue flowers)
12X4 1/2 inch square of small fabric (blue dots)
Two 12 inch strips of ric rac
1. Iron the interfacing onto the wrong side of the main 12X12 inch fabric.
2. While ironing, get the medium and small fabric. On the top of the fabric for both pieces , iron a quarter inch seam. Fold the seam over and iron again.
3. Head over to the sewing maching and sew along the seam on both pieces of fabric, as seen in the photo.
4. On the smallest piece of fabric, sew one strip of ric rac about one inch below the top seam. I use a glue stick to help keep the ric rac exactly where I want it.
5. Fold the other piece of ric rac in half and dart it 1/4 inch from the edge on right side of the main fabric. I placed my ric rac about half way down the right side of the fabric.
6. Ok, the hard part is over. Now we'll put all of the pieces together. In about 5 minutes, the wrap will be done. Make the sandwich from all of the prepared pieces as follows: main fabric face up, small fabric face down, medium fabric face down, backing fabric face down. Make sure the ric rac is in the sandwich and not sticking out of the edge. Pin the sandwich together and sew along the edge with a 1/4 inch seam. Leave a two inch spot unsewn along the bottom.
7. Turn the wrap right side out through the opening in the bottom. Iron the wrap and sew a top stitch just slightly in from the edge of the fabric. The fold the top 1 1/2 inches of the fabric down and iron. This will eventually create a flap to ensure your needles don't come flying out of the wrap.
8. Get out the fabric marker and draw lines about every two inches. You can make these pockets bigger or smaller depending on your needle stash size.
9. Sew down the lines you drew creating needle pockets. Then fold down the top 1 1/2 inches of fabric on the wrap(where you ironed) and sew 1/4 inch below the fold.
10. Fill with needles and knit to your heart's content.
As always, I am not a professional tutorial writer, so if anything doesn't make sense or isn't clear feel free to shout out and I'd be more than happy to clarify.
Happy knitting and sewing!