he Case Study series revolves around a container design that is sturdy, yet soft. With a padded foam core and simple cuboid shape, the architecture lends itself to a number of storage and transport applications. The straightforward construction process involves basic sewing and crafting techniques. A number of looks from clean utilitarian to boutique designer are possible depending on fabric and embellishment choices.
The Basic Box is great for gifting, organizing, and protecting all sorts of items including:
Fabric or Yarn
CDs & Video Games
Wrapped Candies &
The boxes are stackable, and the different sizes can be nested. The square lid is perfect for personalization with applique or embroidery, and is a wonderful way to show off a quilt block or needlework.
Patterns and instructions are included to make boxes in three sizes: small (5”l x 5”w x 4”h),
medium (7”l x 7”w x 5½”h), and large (9”l x 9”w x 7”h).
Molecular biologist turned patternmaker - that is me, CarlaC. I'm mama to a sweet little boy named Louie and wife to an amazing chef named Delmar. I spend my days doing interesting experiments with beautiful fabrics. My life is my lab!!!