These Charming Fabric Baskets are Perfect for Gifts

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Make a Theme Basket or Fill with Home Baked Goodness!

Turn the ordinary into something special by wrapping up gifts in these pretty baskets. Because the baskets are wide and deep, they’re perfectly suited for filling with goodies for Christmas, birthdays, Valentine’s, showers, housewarmings and more.

Beautiful cookies or other food items will seem more special when presented in one of these baskets. Or, create a basket filled with a selection of items around a particular theme.

Fabric Gift Baskets Tutorial

Choose fabric you love that fits the occasion and add pretty rickrack and a wide ribbon to match. Select one of the two sizes and start sewing. You’ll have a basket made up before you know it.

Fabric Gift Baskets Tutorial

Of course, once the gift is unwrapped the recipient can use the basket for whatever they want. Besides being useful, it serves as a reminder of your thoughtful gift.

Fabric Gift Baskets Tutorial

Designed by Alicia Thommas, the small basket is about 8″ x 5″ x 3″ and the large one is 10″ x 6″ x 4″.

Click here for the free “Deep Dish Fabric Treat Baskets” tutorial.

See more gift and fabric options here.

Also included with the tutorial are printable tags for Christmas giving. Nice!

Fabric Gift Baskets Tutorial


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