These Pocket Baskets are Great for Sewing Supplies

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You Can Also Use Them All Around the House!

These attractive fabric baskets, or pods, can help you stay organized all around the house. They’re designed with pockets placed inside, outside, or both, to give you more storage options. Or omit the pockets if you don’t need them.

Hanging loops allow them to be hung from a pegboard or elsewhere. Or stand them on a shelf, table, or just about anywhere. You may even want one for your car.

Pocket Pod Basket Tutorial

Plus, they’re easy enough for beginners and go together quickly. You’ll likely be able to make one an hour once you’ve completed the first one – which is great because they also make thoughtful gifts.

Pocket Pod Basket Tutorial

Start with a fat quarter for the outside, a coordinating fat quarter for the lining, and half of a fat quarter (fat eighth) for the pocket. Fusible fleece interfacing from HeatnBond is used to provide structure for the bins and to strengthen the pockets.

Pocket Pod Basket Tutorial

The finished baskets, designed by Caroline from Sew Can She, are approximately 7 1/2” tall and 7 1/2” wide, not including the hanging loop. With the hanging loop, they are 9 1/2” tall.

Click here for the free “Pocket Pod Basket” tutorial.

You’ll also need the cutting template found here.


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