Corral Clutter with These Nicely Designed Baskets

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They’re Quick and Easy Too!

Modeled after peg baskets for holding clothespins, these charming bags are great for keeping things tidy around the house. Their flat backsides rest nicely against the wall, and their simple and graceful lines mean they’ll be appealing in whatever fabrics you choose.

Three sizes give you many choices for putting them to good use. They’re great for collecting scraps in the sewing room, confining plastic grocery bags in the kitchen or utility room, corralling gloves and hats next to the door, and much more.

Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag Pattern

They make wonderful gifts as well. New moms will find many uses for them in the nursery, they’re great for kids’ rooms and bathrooms, and with masculine fabrics, men will appreciate them for organizing odds and ends, too.

Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag Pattern

Plus the baskets are easy to make, even for beginners. The first one may take an hour but subsequent bags will go even faster.

Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag Pattern

Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag Pattern

Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag Pattern

Bag made from old jeans by Rachel.

The designer, Marya Oakes from Calico Forest Designs, provides instructions for Small, Medium, and Large sizes.

Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag Pattern

Click here for a larger, easier-to-read version.

Click here to purchase the “Peg Basket Hanging Pod Bag” pattern here.


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