Three levels of pockets, the lower just deep enough for 8 inchers, and the 2nd and 3rd just right for longer needles. (I sewed across the 3rd pocket to adjust it's depth.)
I have some vintage reproduction fabric that worked perfectly with the quilt pieces and colors.
This is the back and outside cover. This was the 'best and least used' piece, but still it need mending. So I cut good pieces from the scrappy parts and just zigzagged them over the really ratty pieces. Funny how certain fabrics just didn't last.
This is what it looks like all with my needles all tucked in.
I am so pleased with the results. My single points have a cozy home (now the dpns are all jealous, and jonesin' for their own sweet crib!)