Here's a small fabric basket I made a little while ago. It's the third fabric basket I have made using this tutorial and it won't be the last.
Don't you just love the pink fabric? Knitting needles, wool, thread, sewing machines, buttons, pins, scissors, needles, embroidery hoops.....
And here's the other side.
This gorgeous crafty fabric travelled half way around the world to reach me and now, some of it has travelled back again in the shape of this little basket.
You got me...I was looking at the fabric and saw "Threading my way" on it and thought you had designed/purchased it from Spoonflower! Then I realized it was your watermark.:) Cute little basket, perfect for those odds and ends.ReplyDelete
Such fun! I was wanting a little storage basket and that might be just the ticket! Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, i love the fabricReplyDelete
Sweet basket, will look lovely wherever it ends up.ReplyDelete
Pretty basket and love the cute prints! Great for keeping balls of yarns too. It's definitely going on my 'must make' list! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I so need to make these! Love the fabric. Nice job Pam.ReplyDelete
que bonitas quedan , ademas la tela es chulisimaReplyDelete
What a cute basket, and that fabric to just too darn cute!! I'm not sure how I haven't found your blog before now. I can see I'm going to spend quite a lot of time here catching up.ReplyDelete
Oh Pam , i like those fabric baskets, they are useful and fun to do. mirjamReplyDelete
And is very much loved and being put to good use! :)ReplyDelete
I loooooove your fabric basket, beautiful colors, a lovely idea for storage. You did a nice job, now is in my list of things to do. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Very pretty! Love that fabric :)ReplyDelete
So cute! I love the fabric!ReplyDelete
Love this...it is so cute!!ReplyDelete
The fabric is indeed of the prettiest kind, really nice fabric basket.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to check out that tutorial. Your basket is so great and LOVE that fabric. (if the tutorial isn't too hard, I think this might be my next project!)ReplyDelete
This is exactly what I've been looking for, thanks so much for linking to the tutorial! And the fabric you used is too cute!ReplyDelete
I'm thinking about making a basket in oil cloth on one side and cotton on the other, do you think that'll work?
Thanks for the lovely comment. I've never sewn with oil cloth, so I can't really comment on whether it will work. I imagine it will make the seams thicker. If you do end up making one, I'd love to see it!Delete
Darling fabric. Basket it so cute.ReplyDelete
Cute fabric and basket. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love it Pam, I'm pinning the tutorial to my Pinterest board now! :)ReplyDelete
Such a lovely fabric!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful basket
Hi (second attempt at comment!) - love the fabric you used! Is that the one from the US? Spoonflower is it?ReplyDelete
I've made quite a few of these buckets from the a similar tutorial. Very handy they are too and great fun to make!
I saw one of your comments asking about oilcloth - I made this bucket using oilcloth and it was fab! Worked just as well and made it stiffer and more 'useful' for sturdier jobs actually! Unfortunately I didn't get a photo of it before I gave it to a friend, but others are on my blog: http://asewingadventure.blogspot.co.uk/
Love it! I've been making these since March, using a template from inspiredbyfamilymag.comReplyDelete
Here's my post to a few I made:
Very cute fabric. I love projects like this that are cute but handy too! Thanks so much for sharing at Etcetorize this week~ReplyDelete
That fabric is GORGEOUS! another great basket!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
Pam, what a cute little basket, love the fabrics! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
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Visiting from "A Glimpse Inside" blog - what a cute project!! I love the fabric.ReplyDelete
Lovely work - I do like browsing around on Spoonflower - its rather addictiveReplyDelete
So pretty! Love the fabric! Thank you for sharing. Visiting from Bear Rabbit. Would love it if you would share this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com/2012/08/make-it-pretty-monday-week-9.html Hope to see you at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouseReplyDelete
That fabric is fabulous! It's a perfect little basket for sewing things, or whatever! Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional :-)ReplyDelete
This is such a great basket. I looked at your tutorial too! I WILL be making some of these!! Love fabrics you chose as well. I found you from Days of Chalk and Chocolate blog hop and am a new follower. Please visit my blog at http://lifeofblocks.blogspot.com/ and follow me back! Thanks!!ReplyDelete
Such a cute little bag. This would even be cute to use as a little gift bag for someone so that they could reuse it.ReplyDelete
Very cute! And such fun fabric! Thanks for sharing it at this week's Catch a Glimpse party!ReplyDelete
Great job! I love the fabric. I hope you’ll link this up today (or anytime this weekend) at One Creative Weekend on OneCreativeMommy.com.ReplyDelete
Aw Pam it's just gorgeous. Thanks so much for linking to the tutorial, I'm not the best when it comes to sewing so tutorials really help me. I'd like to have a go at one of these.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful! I have been looking for a tut for a fabric basket and you have given it to me! Can't wait to try this! Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party!ReplyDelete
Amie @ Pinkapotamus
Adorable Pam, this is one of the first things I'm gonna make when I get my act together and start sewing! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!ReplyDelete
I would love it if you would share this post on the Waste not Want Not Wednesday @ Pretty Shabby UK! I really think my readers will enjoy it!ReplyDelete
Dawn @ Pretty Shabby Uk