These Storage Pods Look Great And Are Useful Just About Everywhere!
We love the organic look of these quilted storage containers. Plus, they’re handy for kitchens, bathrooms, kids’ rooms, and just about anywhere you can use extra storage.
We can easily imagine them in the entry for gloves and mittens, in the sewing room for storing yarn, and for collecting odds and ends in the kitchen and bathroom.
Two fat quarters of your favorite fabrics will make a pod. Choose colors you love and display the finished pods prominently for a whimsical touch.
If you can sew darts, you can make these. They’re a quick and easy project for that break between quilts.
Photo from Donna Judge.
The finished pods, by Love from Beth, are 11″ high x 6″ wide.
A second pattern is available for larger fabric pods (shown below). The finished pods measure 24″ high x 11″ wide.
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