Create a Sturdy Storage Box from Beautiful Fabric

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This pretty fabric box was designed to hold patterns and fat quarters, although the size can be altered for just about any use. Cardboard is inserted into fabric pockets to make the box nice and sturdy.

It’s a simple project to complete. Start with fat quarters or fabric cut from yardage and follow Laura’s great instructions. Once you see how the box goes together you’ll be able to alter the size to suit your needs.

Create a Sturdy Storage Box from Beautiful Fabric

In the video Laura mentions Annies Creative Quilter Fabric Club. It’s a great way to build a beautiful fabric collection. Plus, you get a free pattern with each shipment. Learn more about the club here.

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