Fabric Organizer Baskets Have Many Uses

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They’re Quick to Make and Attractive Too!

These pretty organizer baskets are a breeze to make and will be handy all around the home. They’re perfect for storing utensils, pens, pencils, and much more.

Plus, the size can be easily altered for special purposes. Once you understand how they go together you’ll see how easy it is to adjust the length and width.

Organizer Basket Tutorial

Batting and top-stitched corners provide structure. Add a fusible interfacing if you prefer stiffer baskets.

Organizer Basket Tutorial

Choose two compatible fabrics for each basket, one each for the interior and exterior. This will be a great use of leftovers in your stash so have fun putting combinations together.

Organizer Basket Tutorial

The finished baskets, from Ayumi at Pink Penguin, are 2″ H x 9 1/2″ W x 2 1/2″ D.

Click here for the free “Organizer Basket” tutorial.


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