They Make Great Gifts, Too!
These handy fabric storage boxes lay flat when not in use, can be stacked when buttoned up and have many uses around the house. Plus, they can be washed. Perfect!
They make great gift boxes too, especially since they sew together quickly. Whether you plan to keep them or give them away, choose fabrics you love and buttons to match.
Both Heavyweight Fusible Interfacing and Lightweight Fusible Interfacing provide structure for the boxes.
Here are some beautiful examples of the boxes to provide inspiration. You’ll find several more here.
Boxes by Cheryl Wright Simmerman from Adarra Handmade.
Boxes by Pia Jestin.
Box by Gillian Woronko.
The instructions provided by Maria Wallin, from Pink Pony Design, include instructions for three sizes:
- Large Box – 5″ x 5”
- Medium Box – 4″ x 4”
- Small Box – 3″ x 3”
However, directions are also included to create any size you want.
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