Sew-It-Yourself Stacking Fabric Boxes are so Handy

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Instructions Include 6 Sizes, and Info on How to Create Other Sizes as Well!

These wonderful fabric boxes are so handy for storing this and that.  We love how they stack together when not in use.

Marsha, at Quilter in Motion shares a tutorial from her friend Linda for making them in six different sizes. She also includes guidelines for making any size you want.

These boxes are simply beautiful. We love the fabrics Linda chose but they’d be wonderful in any fabrics you want to use. Your may even already have fabric pieces on hand to make them with.

Stackable Fabric Boxes

Plus, they’ll sew together quickly. Make several for yourself, or give them as gifts. Package them either as a set or as one beautiful box filled with special goodies you know the recipient will love.

Stackable Fabric Boxes Regardless of how many you make or who receives them, you’ll have a lot of fun with this super easy project!

Click here for the free “Stacking Fabric Boxes” tutorial.

(The tutorial has disappeared from the original website but we found it in Internet archives. The formatting is a bit goofy but it’s all there.)

The following video by Brett Bara may offer slightly different instructions but clearly shows how the baskets go together.

Click here to watch the video at Daily Motion if it doesn’t play on your device.








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