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Here are 10 terrific ways to make fabric containers, baskets, and buckets. These fabric storage basket tutorials will get you organized in style!
If you enjoy making storage containers you may enjoy my simple reversible tote bag pattern. It is super cute and functional. Just think of all the things you can fill it with. Keep your car clean and organized with this DIY Car Trash Bag.
The best thing about fabric organizer container baskets is that they help you get organized! You can put them in any room where storage is needed – like the kitchen, dining room, living room, and bathroom.
As you know I am a gift-giver so I can’t help mentioning the following. These fabric containers also make great gifts or gift baskets for any occasion. You simply need to choose your fabric or theme and choose your favorite pattern.
10 step-by-step tutorials for Fabric Storage Containers, Bins, baskets, and Buckets
Don’t forget about fabric storage baskets for your kid to put their toys in. It’s a great way to teach them organizational skills and how to keep things picked up. That’s a win-win for mom
This fabric storage cube is fairly simple to make and can be used to store almost anything.
2. Sturdy Fabric Storage Bins
What I like about these storage containers is they are great for things like baby diapers or toiletries. When not in use they can be collapsed for storage.
I find this fabric basket adorable and I love the quilted look. It’s perfect for baby care items or things like rolled-up wash clothes – it really can be used for almost anything.
What’s great about fabric storage containers is that they provide decorative storage wherever you put them. You can make them in various sizes for all your different storage nooks.
These washable stand-up boxes are such a sweet addition to tabletop storage. You can drop your keys or cell phone in it as always know where to find them. Basket decor anyone?
This hanging fabric storage basket is a great solution when you don’t have surface space for a container. It’s adorable and can also be made for people who use walkers or wheelchairs.
These fabric scrap baskets are great if you sew or do any kind of craft. They are the perfect catch-all size and don’t take up a lot of space.
What’s great about fabric storage containers is that they can act as accent pieces on a bookshelf or other nooks in your house.
For those of you who enjoy sewing and detail, this fabric storage bin could be what you are looking for. Its strength and rigidity come from the reinforcement of the fabrics. This is a large storage bin you won’t want to hideaway.
This spring-form fabric bucket is easy to make and is the most flexible of all of the fabric storage containers I have shared with you. You can modify the pattern and add a handle to make a great Easter egg basket.
Do you need more catch-all sewing or craft supply holders? These round fabric buckets are great for storage on tabletops and shelves, or in cabinets because of their size. You can be as creative as you want with decorating them.
As mentioned before storage containers can be decorative. You can add a touch of style while providing function with the canvas bins. I like the idea of numbering the bins because it helps you identify more where something is stored. This is just one more way for you to be more organized.
I had so much fun looking for DIY fabric storage ideas. And hope you had fun looking through some of my finds. If you make any of them please leave me a comment about what you liked or disliked.
Looking for other DIY Home and organization Projects
If you want more DIY projects that are decorative and provide functionality you may like the following.
- You’ll enjoy making Mason jar crafts such as sewing containers with pin cushion topper, soap dispensers, bathroom hygiene sets, and more.
- Here are some great DIY Weekend Projects from organizing to furniture that will dress up your home.
- In keeping with a sewing and organization theme. This Artist Case Pattern is an awesome gift to help keep art supplies organized.