These Fabric Boxes are a Breeze to Make

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Perfect Project for 10″ Layer Cakes!

These little fabric boxes from Seaside Stitches are a breeze to make! You’ll find endless uses for them. Use them in the sewing room for organizing this and that, fill them with goodies and give as gifts, hand them out to guests at wedding and baby showers … Good thing they go together so quickly because there are endless uses for them!





Stitch a 10″ square to batting and backing, then turn it inside out. Quilt the layers together on the machine with a simple box pattern. Then fold and stitch the quilted piece into a box. Large buttons finish it off and add personality. The finished box will be about 4″ x 4″ x 3″ high.

meadowsweet box

If you have a layer cake pack on hand, you can make several coordinating boxes in a breeze!

Click here for the free “Fabric Box” tutorial.

fabric box

fabric box

@moonrise from Quilting Board made three baskets in varying sizes that nest. The Halloween theme is so much fun but this idea works in any color or seasonal theme.

Nesting Fabric Boxes

She also eliminated hand sewing by using glue. You’ll find the starting sizes for three nesting boxes and other instructions here.

Here are some more boxes in a variety of colors and fabric styles.

Fabric Box Tutorial

Box from The Inquiring Quilter.

Fabric Box Tutorial

From Oukas.

Fabric Box Tutorial

From Oukas.

 

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