Makeup Brush Roll

This week’s feature is a fantastic compliment to the Panty Pack. It’s all about that travel savvy gal. Getting ready for market? No problem. Working on a weekend getaway with the gals? We’ve got you covered. Today, it’s all about a quick and easy Makeup Brush Roll to keep your precious beauties safe and free from harm while on the road;). New project designer, Jessica Skibicki knows just how to lay it all out in a way that is perfect for beginners and up.

Don’t those colors just make you a little giddy? They’re the type of colors that instantly brighten a day;). Who wouldn’t want a savvy little case like that to tote around?

Makeup Brush Roll

Materials List
1/2 yard exterior fabric
1/2 yard fabric for lining, pocket, and closure strings
1/2 yard (or 1 pkg) Pellon® 987F Fusible Fleece
1/2 yard (or 1pkg) Pellon® SF101 Shape-Flex®

Tools List
Sewing machine & related supplies
Rotary cutting tools & related supplies
Fabric Marker

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To download a free pdf copy of the full instructions, please visit our website. And if you make your own, make sure to post a photo on our Facebook page! Happy Thursday!!

* All photos were pulled from the Makeup Brush Roll tutorial and are courtesy of Jessica Lynn Skibicki

6 thoughts on “Makeup Brush Roll

  1. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    This is awesome; I’m going to make a couple as Christmas gifts! But I’ll probably use a laminate/PUL on the interior, so it can be wiped down (if necessary).

  2. Tracy says:

    Oh! I asked a friend many, many years ago, to make a crochet hook holder for me. This is exactly what she came up with. It can hold knitting needles too if it is made long enough. I’ve seen others with a simmilar concept, but they forget the flap that folds over. Without the flap things FALL OUT. People have made ones for carrying crayons or colored pencils, paint brushes even toothbrushes and other toiltries for going to camp. One person even made ones with 2 pockets to hold chopsticks at the table. Yours is an excellent design. My friend made mine for me because I didn’t know how to sew at the time.

  3. Rheda says:

    I made one very similiar to this except with slots wide enough to hold all of the electrical cords we needed to take, phone (2) , cameras (2) , shaver, kindles (2),
    It worked great no more tangled up and wrapping around everything else!!

    • erin @ pellon says:

      That is an excellent idea!! Do you have a photo that you’d want to share? We’d love to see it:). You all are so creative!!

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