This Handy Little Basket is a Quick Project

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Perfect for the Sewing Room and for Gifts!

This cute little basket is perfect for binding clips, thread, notions and other small items in your sewing room. It’s also great for your desk, jewelry, makeup and other areas where you have small things you want to keep together.

The basket is also very quick to make. You can have one made in about an hour, so keep it in mind for use as a darling last minute gift basket.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Choose two complementary prints for the outside and a third for the lining. Go through your stash and put together nice combinations that fit your style and the basket’s purpose. Twill tape is used for the handles, although thick ribbon will work nicely too.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Christmas baskets from @easypatchwork.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Basket by Nicole from Mama Love Quilts.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Baskets by @inghelhoe.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Basket by @mpettes.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Baskets by Fiona.

Pixie Basket Tutorial

Basket with pieced body by @sewsweetsidekicks.

You’ll find a lot more baskets here to spark your creativity.

Follow the clearly illustrated instructions and soon you’ll have your own cute little fabric basket.

The finished basket, designed by Heidi Staples from Fabric Mutt, is 2 x 3 x 4 1/2’’.

Click here for the free “Pixie Basket” tutorial.


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