I m always looking for my remote in the bedroom, so I decided to make a remote holder with plastic canvas. I used left over yarn and beads, and some wire for the handle, and made a tassel for more decoration.
I have a chair that eats things like remotes, scissors, and Kindles. Yep, you read that right. When I sit and charge the Kindle it has to be on the floor. I once thought the cable kid had stolen it as it had slid down into the side of the cushion.
I was always losing my remote in the bedroom. Plus I have two small grandchildren that like to play with the remote control. I got a small laundry net bag, like you use to wash small items.
If you are always losing your remote, having a pouch to place it in may be helpful. This remote control pouch can easily be customized to fit any decorating scheme. This is a guide about DIY remote control tote.
This sewing project is a good choice for making a gift or as a nice accessory for your own couch or easy chair. This is a guide about how to make a telephone and remote caddy.
This is a guide about making a chair caddy. A homemade chair caddy is a perfect way to keep kids school supplies, TV remotes, and even craft tools organized.