How to Sew a Fabric Storage Bin

Hold it. What? You made that cute bin?? Yesssss. That’s what your friends are going to say….when you sew a fabric bin for everyone you know, for every room of the house, and the office, and the school. They’re not hard! You can even include a handle or two. So let’s sew…

Get the full “Hold It Bin” pattern here (with 14 sizes — and lids!): https://shop.madeeveryday.com/products/hold-it-bin

For tips, FAQs, and inspiration visit the “Hold it Bin” Headquarters: http://www.madeeveryday.com/hold-it-bin/

Purchase Blush Fabrics: http://www.madeeveryday.com/blush/

Info and Techniques for working with vinyl fabric: http://www.madeeveryday.com/2014/12/how-to-sew-with-oilcloth-geo-garland-project.html/



Details/Dimensions for making this bin (mentioned in the video):
• Pattern template: 15″x17″ rectangle with 4.5″ squares removed from each corner
• Finished length of handle piece(s): 6.75″
• Use template to cut 3 layers: 1 interfaced exterior fabric, 1 interfaced lining fabric, 1 felt

Interfacing – Pellon 809 Decor-Bond: http://amzn.to/2z4LkbQ
Wonder Clips: https://amzn.to/2DXjH3p

Tag your photos to #holditbin

For more ideas, tutorials, and patterns visit my website:
http://www.madeeveryday.com/

My exact sewing machine is called LYRIC by Baby Lock. You can see more here:
http://www.madeeveryday.com/2014/11/my-new-sewing-machine-and-how-to-pick-your-own.html

Video produced by Vince Penman: http://vincepenman.com/

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