I, however, did not use it for shoes, it held my socks and underwear. It was perfect for that!! And I used some of the $1 yd fabric I bought last spring from an estate sale. I layered the backing, batting and front piece and quilted it. Then I added the pockets and bound it. I made a casing at the top and we inserted a piece of wood into the casing and screwed it to the door.
I had a purchased regular size shoe organizer to use as a guide for the pocket sizes. Usually you see them with clear pockets, in this case I did not want the contents to be seen;-) Interfacing was used between the 2 layers of fabric for the pocket. Then the raw edge encased with the strip of bias tape I had made on the cross grain of fabric.
In case you are wondering what that black thing on the wall behind the door is, it is a sun/light block out deal you put on your car windshield! It works perfect to put it between the shade and the window make our bedroom dark so we're not up before sunrise!
Several of you said you would like to see more pictures of our vacation...
Colorado Rocky Mts.
The view every evening from our camper in Moab, Utah.
Red Rock formations are all over in Moab, Utah. This particular one was found in the Needles District of Canyonland Park.
We rented a jeep to drive the very scary high up switchback road of Shaffer trail and part of the White Rim trail in Canyonland Park.
That's all for today!