I love having these fabric buckets around. They are great to have in the baby's room, the girls' room, and even the family room!
I made this one basically the exact same way I made the quilted patchwork totes but I added in a layer of cotton duck (using this method from Oh Fransson!) and added short handles on the sides of the bucket. It was a lot of layers to sew through (especially at the side seams so watch out!) but it did result in a sturdy bucket that stands on its own.
Your turn! What have you been sewing lately? Link up a recent sewing post and please, at the very least, visit the two links above yours. I would also recommend visiting back anyone who visits you. And, it would be great if you could either add the link up button (there is a code on my sidebar) or a text link in your post or on your blog. And when the link tool asks for your name, write the name of a favorite holiday movie.
Love that bucket, thanks for sharing it round!ReplyDelete
I love those buckets! I desperately need one to hold all my girls' hair ties and clips. We have gone through two of those cardboard shoebox holders but the sides keep ripping after a few months. A fabric bucket would be the perfect solution.ReplyDelete
I love that fabric basket! The fabric choices make me want to come raid your stash.ReplyDelete
Beth it is gorgeous! I love your style - and agree with Susan on the stash raiding ;o)ReplyDelete
I'd love to know a bit more about cotton duck - I'm planning a bag that requires some and I've never heard of it!
The fabrics baskets are fabulous - love all of the pretty fabrics you used in them!ReplyDelete
Love your fabric basket - great fabric choices!!ReplyDelete
Lovely buckets ; )ReplyDelete
That is so cute! I just love buckets to store things in!ReplyDelete
They do come in handy, don't they? Love the fabric you used!ReplyDelete
I love this bucket. It it gorgous and so handy. I have had on my to do list to make a few to organize my sewing room (probably next year). Beautiful fabrics as always.ReplyDelete
I love these, made a few as presents but I'm sure that I could use more for myself!ReplyDelete
These fabric buckets are sew cute ... and look very useful. I am going to have to add a few of these to my quilty to do list ... sew many patterns ... sew little time! Thanks for running the Monday Morning Link-Up ... :-) PatReplyDelete
Love these scrappy buckets!ReplyDelete
So cute! I love all the fabrics you chose!ReplyDelete
Kirsten: your link in the link up goes to Plum and June ;)ReplyDelete