6/30 | DIY Fabric Bins

What’s going on everyone! Today we made a project I know you’ll love. Now, don’t be intimidated because it has sewing involved, I promise its super easy to do! Whether you need a space to put all your change, keep your earphones organized, or hold all of your jewelry, these super easy DIY Fabric Bins have got you covered! You can make them with whatever fabric you want, so the style possibilities are endless!  Check out how to make your own super handy bin down below!

Check Out How We Made This Bow Pillow Too!
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You will need:

  • 2- 5.5 inch squares of fabric
  • 1- 5.5 inch square of fusible fleece
  • sewing clips
  • scissors
  • ruler
  • pencil
  • iron
  • sewing machine


Step One: Iron the fusible interfacing onto the back of one of the fabric squares. Be sure to follow the directions on the packaging. 
Step Two: Place the two squares right sides together.


Step Three: Sew around the perimeter of the fabric with a quarter inch seam allowance. The seam allowance doesn’t matter all that much as long as you use the same size on all four sides. I use a quarter inch seam allowance whenever I can! Be sure to leave a small opening!! 

Step Four: Use the hole to flip the fabric right side out. 
Step Five: Tuck the raw edges of the hole in and then do a top stitch all the way around with a 1/8 seam allowance. 

Step Six: Using a ruler, draw a two inch square in the middle of the fabric. Then sew all along the line.

Step Seven: Pinch the corners together and do a few stitches 3/4 an inch in at each corner. This will make the sides stand up.

I told you not to be scared, it was so easy right?! I bet you’re looking at all your crap fabric now to see just how many you can make! They would make great personal homemade gifts for friends and family. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, What pattern and color would you make yours?!


 

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