Grab and Go with These Handy Fabric Boxes

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Three Sizes Nest When Not In Use!

These handy and attractive fabric boxes can be made in two shapes. They’re great for storage, travel and taking supplies to class and retreats. They also make wonderful gifts for just about any occasion.





Both the square and round boxes can be made in three sizes each. They conveniently nest together when not in use. Handles on the lids make them easy to grab and go whenever you’re heading out.

Kismet Trinket Boxes Pattern

Choose whatever colors and styles of fabric you prefer. They’ll be wonderful given any personality.

Kismet Trinket Boxes Pattern

Structure is provided by foam interfacing, such as ByAnnie’s Soft and Stable. A 20″ wide medium weight fusible interfacing is also used (the designer suggests Pellon SF-101 Shape Flex fusible woven interfacing).

Kismet Trinket Boxes Pattern

Instructions are provided by the designer, Sara from Sew Sweetness Patterns, for the following sizes:

  • Small Square – 5” long x 3 1/2” tall x 3” deep
  • Medium Square – 6” long x 4” tall x 4” deep
  • Large Square – 8” long x 5” tall x 5” deep
  • Small Round – 12” circumference x 4” tall
  • Medium Round – 13” circumference x 4 3/4” tall
  • Large Round – 15 1/2” circumference x 5” tall

Click here to purchase the “Kismet Trinket Boxes” pattern.

 

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