Fabric Basket Patterns

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Ask any seamstress about the storage situation in their space and you will hear over and over that there is NEVER enough. While there are many different ways to store your fabric, one of the most popular ways is with a fabric basket.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

Here are a few of my most favorite patterns on the web. Click the link below the photo to follow and sew the pattern.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns

 

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  1. Baby Basket

Not only can this fabric basket be made in mini form but the video will show you how. I use mine for my rings. What will you use it for?

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

2. Button Basket

Dig into your button box and add them to a few of these cuties.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

3. Canvas Basket

The decorative thread really pops on the canvas basket.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

4. Collapsible Fabric Box

When you clear out your stash, this fabric box will breakdown and fold flat.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

5. Divided Organizer Basket

I need this in my trunk! The divided sections make it perfect for keeping muddy shoes away from … Fat quarter friendly.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

6. Fill ‘er Up Basket

These pretties are the perfect delivery system for your next gift.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

7. Hanging Basket

This little beauty is perfect to hang on your door knob, chair arm, hook or bedpost. Consider it a useful scrapbuster.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

8. Organizer Basket

Just think about how these little baskets can organize your drawers. You can make them in a different colors for each item you want to store. To avoid any unwanted marks, I would use a dark lining for all my pens.

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9. Scrap Bucket Basket

This is one of my favorite baskets to make. They are perfect for storing larger things and the handles make them portable.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

10. Scraptastic Basket

The slightly rounded shaped sides of this fabric basket lands it on our list. Basket pattern is available in 2 different sizes and is suitable for a beginner to advanced sewist.

12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

11. Sturdy Fabric Basket 

 Not only is this basket sturdy enough for storing heavy items but add a leather handle to the sides and you have a fantastic gift.

Thread Catcher | 12 Free Fabric Basket Patterns | The Sewing Loft

12. Thread Catcher Basket

I fell in love with this basket during Sew South 2014. Tessa sat right in front of me and I was drooling. This is a must make!

 

PS- if you want to learn how to make baskets extra sturdy, be sure to check out this class on Craftsy.  Not  only does Annie walk your through each project with step by step instructions but her tips are perfect for so many different applications. 

Learn how to make sturdy fabric baskets to keep everything organized in your space.

So, which fabric basket is your favorite?

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Comments

  1. Decisions, decisions!!! These are all lovely baskets. To save brain cells the best think to do,I guess, is to make one or more of each. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I love them all, but I would love to know where the “you clever thing you” came from. Is it fabric or hand drawn?

  3. How can I choose just one? I want them all! I am working on my craft room now. We are putting laminate flooring in there. And I will be rearranging and organizing as soon as possible. Right now, everything is jumbled up here and there. The craft room is also our pantry so it’s hard to distinguish where one starts and the other one ends. Hopefully it will look better soon.

  4. Thanks for the great ideas! Looks like I’m going to be busy for awhile! I have a lot of baskets to make…😊

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