Simple Tool Wrap Case

It is that time again. Time for my husband to carve a giant pumpkin (to see past pumpkins click here)! For those of you who don’t know, every year my husband gets to carve a 300+ pound pumpkin for work. Usually, in the past, he has used only his knife. This year, he is stepping it up a notch, and bought some carving tools. Of course he needed a case for them, so I whipped him up this simple tool wrap case.

Quick and Easy: Simple Tool Wrap case

I had a bunch of this vegan leather left over from the boots I made myself (you can see the results of that first endeavor here). I thought the thickness and the fact that I didn’t need to hem it really fit this project well.

Quick and Easy: Simple Tool Wrap case

I just used a straight stitch to make channels (2″ apart) for each of the tools. I cut a super slim strip of the faux leather to make the ties, and inserted it into the side seam. And then I trimmed the flap.

Quick and Easy: Simple Tool Wrap case

Seriously THAT easy.

Quick and Easy: Simple Tool Wrap case

If you can sew a straight line, then you can make one!

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These are wood carving tools, but it would be great for any sharp tools you would like to tote around. Sculpting, painting, drawing, etc!

  Quick and Easy: Simple Tool Wrap case

What have YOU made today?