Make a Handy Fabric Basket from Two Fat Quarters

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They Make Wonderful Gifts, Too!

These fun baskets have so many uses. They can hold tools and supplies in the sewing room as well as odds and ends in just about any room of the house.

They also make wonderful gifts for just about any occasion. Fill a bucket with things the recipient will enjoy for a thoughtful gift.

2 Fat Quarter Bucket Pattern

Choose two coordinating fat quarters – one for the outside and one for the inside. A firm fusible interfacing will add structure.

2 Fat Quarter Bucket Pattern

Notice how the cuff can be turned down or left up. We love the turned up cuff and decorative buttons on the bucket below.

2 Fat Quarter Bucket Pattern

Made using “Merry and Bright” fabric, available here while supplies last.

The finished buckets, from Me and My Sister Designs, are 5.5″ x 4″ x 7″.

Click here to purchase the “2 Fat Quarter Bucket” pattern.


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