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Fabric Bin Basket
By BlissfulPatterns

  • $8.75
  • 5”(L) X 5”(W) X 6”(H) and 10”(L) X 10”(W) X 9”(H)
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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Fabric Bin PDF Sewing Pattern to get yourself organized. Pattern includes easy to follow step by step English instructions, materials list and cutting help. Lots and lots of photos and helpful sewing tips along the way. 

Two Convenient Sizes Included: Small sized: 5”(L) * 5”(W) * 6”(H) Large sized: 10”(L) * 10”(W) * 9”(H)

Handles for both sizes are included with easy to follow printed templates.

These baskets are wonderful for storing just about anything. BIG Fabric Basket: *Kids toys like lego, blocks, cars and all the things you step on *TP in the bathroom *Scarfs and mitts in the closet

SMALL Fabric Basket:  *Diapers *Fabric, knitting and sewing notions *Mail and keys at the front door *Crayons and markers

Some recent customer comments: *Super easy to read instructions!  *Excellent communication with emailing and questions. Super quick shipping!! Thank you so much! I LOVE THIS PATTERN!!! :)

Included are step by step detailed instructions in English, Every step has at least one photo and there are lots of sewing tips along the way.

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BlissfulPatterns

Sewing is a good excuse to control my fabric-aholic-ness!

I absolutely love to sew. I love the thrill of turning a beautiful piece of patterned cotton into something useful, something pretty, something no one has ever made before. I love that every time I sew with a new or used piece of material, I am creating a handmade treasure that only exists because that particular color combo popped into my head... That gives me a little thrill!

Then I discovered PDF patterns. I love everything about sewing except unpicking a seam and paper patterns (tissue paper that rips, darts, no pics and lousy instructions). So I drafted up a pattern for one of my fave items, listed it on a new shop and... sold it on the first night!!! 

Life threw me a detour. I lost my "corporate" job on Bay Street while pregnant with baby number two. After the initial turmoil, it turned out to be the best fork in my road ever. Now I spend my days trying to grow my two little men into decent society members and my evenings (and many weekends) trying to grow my creative business into a consistent addition to our family income. 

Every design I make, every word I write, every entrepreneurial decision I make is mine to take ownership of and that makes me very proud. I know it sounds like a cliche but I feel so lucky and happy to have my lovely, creative life... Handmade is a very big part of it.