Fabric Bins And Storage Pods For Your Sewing Space

Fabric Bins And Storage Pods Make Your Own

Aren’t these nested fabric bins adorable? They’re also incredibly fun and functional, and can be used for storing so many different things. Plus, they can be made up in your favorite fabric to coordinate with your decor. The tutorial for these cute fabric bins shows you how to make them in three different sizes so they stack.


Easily stitch on a loop and hang the fabric bins. The nesting bins are perfect space savers in the sewing room. Use the large one to throw in scraps while busy with a project. The smaller on is a great thread catcher. These cute baskets can be used for anything around the home.

fort firefly fabric bins

fabric bins 3 nesting bins

Make them in fun colors. Choose a zingy design. This sweet woodlands fabric is Fort Firefly.

Fort Firefly fabric for fabric bins

Stitch up a set of 3 in a couple of hours. If you can sew a straight line, you’re in for some super cute little fabric bins. The finished dimensions of the fabric bins are

Small: 5x6in base
Medium: 6x7in base
Large: 7x8in base
All bins measure 8ins tall before folding down.
fabric bin sizes

Stitch up a a couple of these handy storage pods. Throw anything in, from quilty clips, to fabric strips. Use trendy fabric to spruce up the sewing room. Needing just two fat quarters, their finished size is 11″ high x 6″ wide.

hanging fabric bins

The storage pods pattern is available for purchase, a great weekend project.

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