On a roll


To welcome my new niece home from China on Sunday, I whipped up a crayon roll. I wasn’t able to give it to her in person but my mom said she was mesmerized by all of the crayons and how they slip in their own pocket.


I see these crayon “cozies” holders everywhere and they are easy to make. If you don’t want to have to figure out the measurements, here is a tutorial on how I made mine.

I used two pieces of fabric 5 X 16 1/2 inches (for the outside and inside), one 6 X 16 1/2 inch piece of fabric folded in half lengthwise and pressed (for the pocket), one piece of lightweight fusible interfacing 5 X 16 1/2 inches, one package of ric rac trim, 30 inches of ribbon, one package of 16 count crayons.


Iron the interfacing to the wrong side of the 5 X 16 1/2 piece of fabric that you want to be on the inside.


Line up the bottom edges of the folded piece and the piece with interfacing, pin together. Starting over from the edge 1 1/4 inches sew lines parallel with the edge starting from the top of the crayon pocket, back-stitching at the top to reinforce. Sew the lines one inch apart across the pocket. You will have 1 1/4 inches on each side.


If you want to use ric rac, pin it around the edge as shown. Fold the ribbon in half and pin it on the edge. On the one I didn’t use ric rac I did a blanket stitch around the edge when finished.


Pin remaining piece of 5 X 16 1/2 inch fabric right sides together with the pocket piece. Sew around edges with 1/4 inch seam. Leave about 3 inches across bottom for turning.


Trim corners, turn, press and top stitch being careful to catch all layers of the opening to close.



Welcome home Faith! We are so happy to have you join our family! How very lucky we are indeed to have you!

So in honor of my new niece Faith, an entry “crayon cozy” to this months Whiplash.



146 Responses to “On a roll”

  1. Jill Says:

    Wow – what a cute gift. Thanks very much for the tutorial!

  2. Michelle Says:

    That’s so cute and wonderful fabric choices. You should enter it in the Whiplash contest, a crayon cozy.

  3. CommonplaceIris Says:

    Another project for my to-do list. I know a lot of little ones who would enjoy one of these. It’s the kind of thing I know I could figure out how to do but so much easier when someone kindly provides a tutorial (I probably wouldn’t have thought of using the ric-rac though). And adaptable to other uses (crochet hooks, knitting needles, lacemaking bobbins…). Thank you!

  4. Jennifer Says:

    That’s adorable! Also going on my to-do list.

    Congrats on the new niece! We recently welcomed a new nephew, from Ethiopia. so exciting!

  5. mermaids Says:

    congratulations on having Faith join your family. she looks adorable!

    oh, the crayon roll….very cute too. 🙂


  6. Stephanie Says:

    What a cute crayon roll (and new family member). I am in the process of adopting from China and it is so exciting to see new little ones on different blogs! Congrats to your family!

  7. jennifer w. Says:

    Glad you finished the crayon roll after all!! It is very very cute. I’m sure your new little niece loves it!

  8. ladybean73 Says:

    The Crayon roll is too cute and such a great idea. I have a soon-to-be 4 year old and I think she’d love one of these. I’m just re-learning to sew so you know I’m really looking forward to this. Thank you for being an inspiration!

  9. Cathy T Says:

    oooh, I was just looking for a new crafty thing to make and this will be it. I have seen them around but I do much better with a tutorial than figuring it out on my own…only so much time for crafts each week for me and I don’t want to use it all messing about trying to figure out HOW to do something and then find out I got it all wrong…. I’ll save that for when my littles are bigger!

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  11. Barb Says:

    I’m doing that the next time I give myself a sewing day. Thanks, I’d forgotten about these.

  12. Heidi K. Says:

    That’s adorable and what a sweet gift!

  13. Frances Says:

    Thank you so much for creating and sharing this tutorial – I’ve already made one and have two more in the works! I’ve posted a photo here:
    Congratulations on the arrival of your new neice! She is beautiful!

  14. Frances Says:

    Just wanted to thank you again – you’ve really inspired me! I’ve finished one for my son and he thinks I’m a rock star…I can’t wait to make more. http://abeautifulday.blogs.com/nobody_puts_baby_in_a_cor/

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  17. lisa Says:

    Thanks so much, I love this project, chomping at the bit to do it NOW! LOl.

  18. kristi Says:

    love this! i am so making this! thanks

  19. Jamie Says:

    This is awesome! You should definitely put this on http://www.youcanmakethis.com and make your small stay at home mom fortune!

  20. Carrie B. Says:

    This is an ADORABLE project. The rick rack is such a cute embellishment! Thanks so much for the tutorial, and especially for the pictures. With me, a picture really is worth a thousand words. I’ll be making crayon rolls for the kiddies for Christmas. Thanks so much!!! 🙂

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  22. Beth Says:

    Hello! I work with Kristin on her Sew, Mama, Sew blog and we’d love to link to your fantastic tutorial for an upcoming feature. Would you mind emailing me for details? I can’t locate your email address… Thanks so very much! This is just great!

  23. Barb Says:

    How absolutely wonderful. I work in a rehab hospital unit and can see a huge use for these in many ways,, thanks for the tutorial also, as I am a “visual learner”

  24. Confused in AZ Says:

    Is it me, or does a Crayola Crayon box serve the same purpose – to hold crayons. And it has a lid that closes so you can carry it around.

    • Kimber Says:

      If you love to be creative and make things, it’s easy to understand why a crayon roll is a lot more fun than a box. I know several little girls that would rather have a crayon roll!

  25. christie Says:

    I think this is really cute I need to make one for my daughter

  26. Kara Says:

    I totally agree with Jamie- you ought to put this on youcanmakethis.com and make your fortune (although I loved the free tutorial)! And for Confused… well, the box serves the same purpose… until the first time my toddler tried to get the crayons out on her own and then shreds the box to pieces. This is a really cute idea for in a diaper bag or purse to take to restaurants and that when you go out with your kids! And the crayons don’t fall out b/c you ROLL it up, and then tie it up with the ribbon!

  27. Maddison Says:

    Dear Confused in AZ.– I’m confused in Missouri. I guess nothing says love like a piece of plastic from China,huh. Huh?

  28. Melissa Says:

    I just whipped up 8 of these for my daughters birthday party as party favors, they’re up on my blog…http://wishesdreamslove.blogspot.com/ Thanks sooo much for sharing this terrific tutorial!

  29. Whitney Says:

    Hey Confused, Your time reading blogs would be better spent at Dollar General. Too bad.

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  32. Deb Levy Says:

    That is just too cute! Thanks for the tutorial, my grandaughters will love this! Your Faith is a beauty!

  33. Tara Says:

    Hi! Found this tutorial thru Sew Mama Sew and made three! A photo is posted on their flickr group for Handmade Holidays. Thanks for a great idea and helpful tutorial!

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  36. Kami Says:

    Great tutorial

  37. Zee Says:

    Awesome!!! I love it!!!

  38. Lil_Birdie Says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for an awesome tutorial .
    I made one for my nephew and loved how easy it was to put together 🙂

  39. Lisa Says:

    Crayon boxes fall apart so quick. I can’t wait to make some of these. Thanks!

  40. shari Says:

    oh my word that is so cute!! what a great idea, little girls would just adore it!

  41. gail Says:

    SO cute! And great tutorial……did you use medium size ric rac or larger?
    I’m working on some for christmas now.

  42. Jen Says:

    Thank you for this tutorial!! I came across it this morning through Sew, Mama Sew and sat down this afternoon and made one up. So fun and easy and your directions are WONDERFUL!!

  43. Faith Adene Symes Says:

    I was surprised your neice’s name is like mine! She is so
    cute and I plan on making the crayon holder for a Christmas
    present for my grand daughter Sarah, as she loves home-
    made!Thanks for your work! Faith

  44. Faith Adene Symes Says:

    Hello — Faith again! I just made a roll to match for the
    Mama and it is for her sewing projects. Instead of making
    areas for crayons in the center of the roll I sewed a
    padded pin cushion with pins and needles. This can be
    taken with squares or pieces of fabric for squares and also
    it fits over the arm of the chair when sewing. I made pockets to hold the scissors (small ones) and some tissues.

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  52. Lisa Says:

    Thanks for putting this up, I just went through your entire blog and you are awesome! I have it bookmarked now. I am making these for Christmas for my 3 kids and my 2 nieces. Except I am making them for colored pencils as we live in AZ and crayons melt in the car. I am thinking colored pencils are normally 7″ long – but I would make the front panel just long enough to secure the pencils – because they get shorter as they get used. Thank you again!!!! God Bless!!!! Merry Christmas everyone!!!

  53. Kristi Says:

    Just want to say THANK YOU for posting this great little tutorial with such great pictures and instructions. Even for simple things I have to have good instructions and visuals to help me. I made about 10 of these this past weekend for little sweet kiddos in our family, and my own children LOVED theirs!!! Thanks again, and have a Merry Christmas!

  54. kristin Co Says:

    J’adore ! une jolie manière de disposer les crayons, toujours disponibles !!!

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  59. Carolyn Says:

    Thanks for sharing your many talents and Ideas. I am really love how your Crayon Rolls turned out so I thought I would try it for myself. Everything turned out wonderful except for my ric rac trim. Could you give me some more details on the ric rac part or please give me the details of the blanket stitch you did? Thank You!!

  60. Estercity Says:

    This blog copy your work

  61. Clo Says:

    Thank you for your tutorial. I would love to try the ric rac trim but so far have not been game! I made a few for my children and then did one for a birthday present and embroidered the outside and increased the crayon space to 1.24 inch so I could use the fat chunky crayons. THANK YOU!

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  63. Ina Says:

    Thanks for a great tutorial! The ric-rac really makes the design for me.

  64. lovestosew Says:

    this site has a tutorial for the colored pencil roll-up.

  65. lovestosew Says:

    Also this site has a tutorial for the Artist’s Brush rollup

    Click to access Artists_Brush_Roll-up.pdf

    My website is–http://forums.delphiforums.com/sewingstudio/start

    I think these would be cute to give in the Easter Baskets or in lou of candy. Very cute tutorial.

  66. JL Says:

    What a beautiful girl Faith is, i m sure she wil bring lot of joy and love to the family.

    Thanks for the tutorial, i think i will try to make a crochet bag with it.

  67. JL Says:

    i mean crochet needle bag.

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  69. Shawna Says:

    Thank you so much for the great tutorial. I ran into some problems trying to make this but it wasn’t your fault, I just don’t sew very often. You can look at my sewing mistakes if you want, maybe it will help others to double check their work.


    Again thanks for actually getting me to lug out the sewing machine!

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    Thanks for the tutorial! I made one for my son…denim, red gingham, and khaki.

  74. Geana Says:

    Thanks! I have been making these w/o a pattern and I never liked them. I used your tutorial to make a couple for a friend and I LOVE how they turned out. I did 5×8.5 for roll-ups holding only 8 crayons.

    Again, thanks for posting.

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  76. Linda Says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial 🙂
    I was going crazy trying to figure out how to make a neat roll for my paintbrushes.

    Thank you!!! ❤

  77. Varenia Says:

    thank you so much! i wanted to make a crayon roll for my daughter’s third birthday, but didn’t want to figure out the measurements and such, this tutorial was a big help! i’m sure she’ll love it!

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    Thanks for the idea. I just linked to you on my blog!

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    Thanks so much for the tutorial! The idea is absolutely adorable! I think I want to make one for my new cousin. She’s four, and I think she’d be able to appreciate it 🙂

  84. Lori Says:

    Thanks for the tutorial!! I just made this for a friend’s son’s birthday today. Took a little bit…but the next one I know will be faster since I won’t have to keep making sure I am doing things right. Silly me pinned the ribbon in wrong, so I had to sew it onto the outside by hand (ooops!) I will be making these for all of my nephews and nieces and friend’s kids. Thanks again 🙂

  85. Joey Says:

    Really neat idea — can’t wait to try it!

  86. Lola Says:

    What a cutie your new niece is!!!
    Love this idea of yours!!
    I can see it being used for other things as well!!
    Thanks for a great tut!

  87. Kimberly Says:

    I was visiting my sister-in-law Danielle Wynn and she had these. I loved them so I’m going to make some for my kids. THANKS for sharing the info.

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  95. Jessica Says:

    This is a fabulous tutorial, and I’m thinking about making some for Christmas gifts. This may be a dumb question, but how do you sew the lines 1″ apart across the pocket? Do you mark the fabric? Or is there some slick sewing trick I’m not thinking of? I would love if you could email me!

    Also, are you using regular sized crayons?


  96. Linda Says:

    I’d like to make a similar roll but for matchbox cars. Any ideas or instruction would be greatly appreciated. Also directions for making the crayon holl combined with a carrier for colorbooks. Thank you!

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  101. Nicole and Meg Says:

    I made this tonight and the directions were PERFECT. Thanks so much. That ric-rac was a pain in the booty to work with though! (It was my first time with ric-rac.)


  102. Alison Says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial. I made two of these last night for my girls for Christmas. It was super easy. I opted not to do the ric rac as I was not up for the messing around with it but they turned out great anyways. I think I will make some more for other kids on my Christmas list. THANK YOU!

  103. Anita in Oklahoma Says:

    Yours was the best tutorial I found and I whipped up 3 of these this morning for 3 of my granddaughters. Added some new crayons and xmas coloring books. Was with them later in the day and they loved them so much. My daughter was happy to, something to keep the little ones busy 🙂 Didn’t have any rick rack, just used what I had on hand. I make my own fabric gift bags every xmas so had lots of scrap fabric left over. Used 3 different pieces and they turned out great. Just wanted to say thanks!

  104. Smokering Says:

    Thanks for the tute! I needed a last-minute Christmas gift, so I came across this and adapted it to make a hair accessory pouch for a friend with really long hair. I made the whole thing taller and curved the pocket (finishing the edges with bias tape), and made the sections different widths. She can keep hairsticks, hair clips, a comb, a small bottle of hair oil/serum etc in it; and I added a orizontal strip of interfaced fabric on which she can hang bobby pins. Then on the outside I put another little pocket, and made a fabric “ribbon” to tie it up. Hopefully she’ll like it!

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  106. f a i z u L. Says:

    love this! thank you!

  107. Katie herndon Says:

    Thank you so much for the wonderful idea! It is going to the top of my ‘sewing project’ list! The tutorial was wondering and easy to follow, and the finished product will be enjoyed by many close family members and friends. Thank you!

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    Thank you for these instructions! I made and will be posting on my blog. Thanks! My son thinks I am amazing!

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    I love this idea!!!!!!!!!!! I love crayons, so this is a major project that I shall finish but with in a day.You’re so creative, you shoud enter in a whiplash, until you win!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  114. Kathryn Says:

    Thanks so much for the wonderful tutorial! I’m going to try to make these for my kids. 🙂

  115. Robyn Says:

    Very nice. Thanks. I just made one in 30 minutes. It wasn’t as professional looking as yours, but it suits our needs.

    Thank you again!

  116. Denise Says:

    Love it, Love it, Love it, I am so trying this project out. Thanks for the tutorial it rocks 🙂

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  118. Jeffie Orbeck Says:

    This is actually among the list of improved reports regarding those that Concerning keep reading this theme recently. Superb work.

  119. uti treatment Says:

    very creative. can’t wait to try this project with my daughter. bonding time.

  120. Sarah Jo Says:

    I love this idea, really very creative, Thanks so much for the tutorial

  121. Abby Says:

    I just made this. It was so easy and turned out great!

  122. Michelle Says:

    Excellent instructions, thanks for sharing! I’ve done several of these now, it’s so fun to find fun fabric combos and it’s such a great gift for a little doodler.

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    it was very easy

  125. nancy Says:

    so cute! Can’t wait to try!

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    Love this project, although I changed the ribbon into a fabric strap with velcro for my little ones who cannot tie very well yet, worked great!

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