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Nesting Fabric Storage Boxes

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Updated January 19, 2017
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Nesting Fabric Storage Boxes
Nesting Fabric Storage Boxes
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If you've been looking for the best way to tidy up your sewing space, then you'll love this tutorial for Nesting Fabric Storage Boxes. Made using budget-friendly fat quarters in colors like lime, lavender, and sky blue, these DIY storage boxes are the perfect way to organize your thread, bobbins, and more. These fabric boxes are designed to fit inside each other for easy storage, and are simple enough that beginning sewists will automatically fall in love with them. You can even add ribbon or other kinds of trim to give your DIY organizers a little something extra. Keep your sewing space tidy and organized with this beginner sewing tutorial.

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Can never get enough fabric baskets. These are great for organizing or gifts. I know my friends and family could use them.

These nesting boxes are so cute and practical. They would look great in the kids playroom or in my craft studio! Can't wait to try this pattern out ) Thanks!

These look like a fun project to make and keep in my craft room. I need extra storage space for yarn and these would be perfect for that. I have a little practice making fabric storage bins so I think I could master this in an evening. And I love that i can customize with fabrics and colors that match what I already have in the craft room. I also love the thought of making the and filling them with diapers to give as a baby shower gift, or filling with linens for a bridal shower gift. The possibilities are endless. I can't wait to get started. Thanks for sharing such easy projects for beginners!

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