Make a Toy Pocket Wall Hanging
This idea you can modify to meet your needs depending on the size of hanging you have room for and how many stuffed toys you would like to store. It is so cute, acts like a room decoration and gets those stuffed animals out of the toy box.
You could create a toy pocket that hangs on the back of a door by using loops to go around the corners of the door. The lower corners will need to be tightened (use ribbon) to keep the toy pocket firmly against the door.
Use a stiff fabric for the back panel so that it doesn't curl when you apply elastic to the pockets. We used several layers of a muslin type of cotton sewn together to provide some stiffness. You could use quilted material.
For the top pole you can use a dowel that you can find at a hardware store or at Michael's Craft store. We used a cane which we found at a Dollar store. We then just tied the cane to picture hangers nailed to the wall.
The pocket material should be approximately twice the width of the final pocket to allow the space for the animals. Create a tube for inserting elastic at the top of the pocket (by sewing a hem on the pocket). Insert elastic into the pocket hem and gather, pinning the ends. You will need elastic which is as wide as you desire the final pocket, slightly smaller than the backing material. Simply stitch the pockets you create to the back panel (with edges under). If the pocket is too loose after sewing, you can sew a support line down the middle of the pocket to keep it from drooping (as you can see in the lower pocket of the picture).
It seems to look best to have the smallest pockets at the top and the larger pockets toward the bottom.