Decorative Fabric Baskets with Flair

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Decorate and Organize with These Fabric Baskets!

Storage baskets are often utilitarian, and while you want them to be attractive, they probably weren’t selected to be part of your decor.





These flared baskets are as decorative as they are useful. You’ll find many ways to put them to good use and any number of places to display them.

Flared Top Baskets

The pattern by designer Lisa Amundson from Around the Bobbin comes in three sizes, making them even more versatile.

  • Large is 7″ H x 10-1/2 W (6-1/2″ W at base)
  • Medium is 4-3/4″ H x 8″ W (5-1/4″ W at base)
  • Small is 4″ H x 6″ W (4″ W at base)

Store knitting, fabric, threads and more in your sewing room. Store any number of things in the nursery, the bathroom, the bedroom … well, we’re sure you’ll think of many ways to put them to good use clearing up clutter with flair.

You can even use them for table centerpieces, filled with something appropriate for the event or season.

And, they will make wonderful gifts for just about any occasion.

Flared Top Baskets

Two types of interfacing help the baskets hold their shape. Learn more at the following links:

Click here to purchase the “Flared Top Baskets” pattern.

 

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