Storage bins are already one of the most important thing in every home! To be organized you need to keep in order so many things, especially those little ones like sewing supplies, cords and chargers, toys from the kids, eve to keep there your socks, jewellery or diapers and wipes. But did you know that you can make these useful bins by your own? Instead of spending more money on buying them, make them! There are probably so many different ways to make fabric boxes and in so many different shapes: squares, rectangles, angled edges, etc. Just provide yourself with the needed supplies and get busy!
Fabric Storage Boxes
The fabric we chose was some home decor fabric. So like a thick fabric that they sell for like outdoor fabrics, or to recover wooden chairs or stools with. But not that super thick couch-like upholstery fabric. That would be hard to work with, and too heavy.
Reversible Fabric Bins
Wouldn’t they make an awesome baby shower or house warming gift? Fill it with a bunch of goodies and you are good to go. The only problem we see is that if you make one to give as a gift, you may decide to keep it at the last moment.
Fabric Bin with Handles
We used our seam ripper a tad too much on this project. Our brain was somewhere else and we kept messing things up. As a result we stretched the seams and the top edge is wavy. But the final result, you can see it here!
Round Bottomed Buckets
These buckets are perfect for toys storage. Of course, toys aren’t the only thing you could store here – they’d also be good for knitting supplies, fabric scraps, hats & mittens, a pretty covering for a potted plant? Whatever you want!