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HP Stationery Box Assembly

© Firephoenix

Supplies

Completed HP stationery box frame
Completed HP stationery box cover
Completed HP stationery box bottom and sides
Completed HP stationery box frame back and binding
A partial sheet of blue 7 mesh plastic canvas
Needleloft craft cord, solid gold
Black yarn
Blue yarn
Plastic canvas needle

Final Measurements

Using blue 7 mesh plastic canvas, pocket is 40 x 61 holes.

Using blue 7 mesh plastic canvas, tray bottom is 38 x 58 holes.

Using blue 7 mesh plastic canvas, 2 tray sides are 6 x 58 holes.

Using blue 7 mesh plastic canvas, 2 tray sides are 6 x 38 squares.

Using blue 7 mesh plastic canvas, tray divider is 6 x 38 holes.

Using clear 7 mesh plastic canvas, 2 pocket sides are 2 x 41 holes.

Using clear 7 mesh plastic canvas, 1 pocket side is 2 x 61 holes.

Instructions

With black yarn, whipstitch the inside edge of the frame, the top, left, and bottom edges of the outside, the top and bottom edges of the binding piece, and the top, right and bottom edges of the cover.

Using solid gold craft cord, attach the pocket sides to the cover.

Using blue yarn, attach the pocket piece to the pocket sides.

Select a 5 x 7 inch (12.7 cm x 17.8 cm) picture to put in the frame, and laminate it.

With black yarn, whipstitch the back of the frame to the front of the frame, making sure to leave one edge open.

Slide in the picture and finish whipstitching the back and front frame pieces together.

Lay the bottom right side up, and place one 8 x 61 side piece, also right side up, on top of the bottom piece, making sure to line up the left-hand side.

Lay the binding piece, right side up, on top of the 8 x 61 side piece making sure they line up on the left side.

Whipstitch cover to binding with black yarn.

Using blue yarn, whipstitch the tray sides to the ray bottom and whipstitch the sides to each other.

Attach the tray divider to the tray bottom and the tray sides, 9 lines from one of the 6 x 38 tray sides.

Using blue yarn, whipstitch the top edge of tray sides and the tray divider.

Final Product

HP Stationery Box Set

Credit

Firephoenix's tutorial was taken with permission.

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