DIY CHAIR POCKET TUTORIAL {Coffee & a Clever Idea}

I hesitated to pick this as today's Clever Idea simply because I lack all sewing talents (as evidenced by the fact that I made my classroom curtains with a glue gun and a stapler), but I decided that this needed to be shared for a few reasons:
  • I'm all anti-desk / pro-table and as such I feel it is my civic duty to pass along any tips that will help my cult table followers stay organized in their classrooms...and this is a good one.
  • I think this is one of the very best tutorials on how to make these that I have ever seen.
  • It's way cheaper than buying chair pockets.
  • I once had my mother make me a set of chair pockets...and although I'm not a sewer, I'm assuming many other non-sewers have connections too.
Don't you just love the dual pockets, the fabric choice and the poms at the bottom? Do you use tables or desks?

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