For almost any given project, organization goes a long way towards making things go more smoothly. A tool bucket helps with that organization. It not only keeps your tools in an ordered, visible manner, it is also portable, so you can take it to wherever you are working.
It helps to have an idea of what kind of tools you want to store in your bucket. Have a mental list before you start, so that you can customize this design to meet your own needs. Adjust the size of the pockets according to what you want to store in them. For heavy, large objects you will want to make the pockets as tall as possible, and you will need to increase the depth of the pocket.
As an idea, here is a photo of the tools this design can accommodate.
When we say “hem”, we mean fold over the edge of the fabric 1” and sew the folded piece to the main piece of fabric. This helps prevent fraying and makes the edges a little stiffer.
It often helps to pin where you will be sewing first. This keeps the fabric in place as you sew, and helps you think about what it is you will be doing.
These are to attach rolls of electrical or duct tape, Teflon, or any other roll.