These cute little fabric trays are great for keeping things organized all around the house. Make several for the sewing room, the bathroom, your dresser, and for collecting keys and such by the door.
They also make lovely gifts. Since they sew together quickly you can have several done in just a few hours.
Start with two 6 3/4″ squares of fabric for each tray. Six-inch squares of medium-weight woven fusible interfacing will help them hold their shapes.
The video from Sewing Times shows you how to cut the fabric squares. If you’re planning to make several trays you may want to make a template so you can quickly cut them out without having to measure them all.
Watch how the trays are made in the following video.
Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.
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