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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

How To Tuesday: Fancy's Fabric Bins

Okay so its official! Tuesday's come back around way too fast for this gal! As soon as I'm done with this blog I'll be off working on next week's tutorial. And as soon as I'm done it's time to do all over again.

 So as you all know we do a monthly blog around here for sewing projects with charm packs so this week's how to and this month's charm pack are mashed together. And here it is. With just 7 steps, these fabric bins go to together super fast.

I got lucky this month because the measurements for the large size just so happen to be the measurements of a 4x4 square made from the charm pack. So after sewing 32 little squares I just followed the directions in the PDF and made the large size (without handles) for Ayla's favorite stuffed animals!

 Pink Door Fabrics provided us with these killer charm packs from the High Street fabric line.  This fabric line is stunning and I'm pretty sure I'll need some yardage cuts for the spring. And we will be giving away a charm pack to one of readers thanks to Pink Door Fabrics.

For a chance to win a high street charm pack. Go show Pink Door Fabrics some love on the their Facebook page letting them know Morgan from CKC sent you. I'll select a winner next Friday and have Kristen announce it in the weekly recap.

So after making the large patchwork bin I whipped up the little one for, well really just for the pictures in the pattern itself but we are now using it for all our Sasha's Headbands from that free pattern from a few months back.

These fabric bins are the best and are perfect for just about anything! I think these would make great gift baskets with the holiday's coming up. Or even a baby shower gift stuffed full of matching bibs and burp cloths and that could easily be for little boys or girls. I cant wait to see what you all create. So follow the link below to download your free Fancy's Fabric Bin pattern, and get to sewing!
Happy sewing y'all,

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