I thought it would be fun to share some of the many fabric basket tutorials that I have found.
I really enjoy Pinterest and many times when you click on a link it doesn’t take you to the right place. All of the tutorials below go directly to each fabric basket tutorial and they are all free! I hope you enjoy them, I know I can’t wait to make some of them too!
Update: As of January 2020 I updated this post and all of the links work. Have fun!
These little fabric trays are a great way to use up scraps of your quilting fabrics. The tutorial shows you how to make fabric trays from 6″, 7″ and 8″ fabric squares.
Sewing instructions for a quick basket
Are you looking for a fabric basket that will hold your fat quarters? Check out this tutorial on Bernina’s website. There are all kinds of beautiful baskets that can be made from this tutorial!
Hexagon fabric tray
How about making a little hexagon fabric tray to hold your paper piecing hexies or maybe some jewelry in your bedroom.
Charm square fabric tray
Everyone has some charm squares lying around. Make one or two of these precious little fabric baskets!
Looking for a basket that is a little bigger? Sew some strips of quilt fabric together and then create this neat basket!
Simple and sweet 30-minute basket
Here is a quick and simple 30-minute sewing project that would be perfect to use for your embroidery or when you are crocheting or knitting.
This is a fabric version of your classic strawberry basket made by Noodle Head. You’ll find great directions for making this basket.
Fabric basket and eggs
Looking for a fabric basket that will hold eggs at Easter? Amy Smart from Diary of a Quilt has a neat tutorial. This basket is perfect!
Petit Four Baskets
This cute pattern is a free pattern from byAnnie.com for a Petit Four Basket that I made.
Small fabric basket
This is a small fabric basket tutorial from Leslie’s Art & Sew Fabric that would be simple to make.
This is a great way to use up strips of quilt fabric. This basket is fast and easy to make.
Functional fabric organizer
If you are looking for something to organize things, then you’ll want to take a look at this fabric organizer basket tutorial!
Nested fabric buckets
You’ll find several different sizes of fabric baskets that can nest inside of each other.
Fabric storage box
Just by adding something extra like the leather string around the basket gives it a completely different look!
Sturdy fabric basket
The baskets are made sturdy with a layer of Peltex, the leather handles are neat too!
Fabric origami box tutorial
This another neat way to make a basket using origami.
I had to include my fabric basket tutorial, these are so easy to make!
Woven fabric basket
Make a beautiful woven basket using 2½-inch strips of fabric. This reminds me of the chains we used to make from gum wrappers.
Here is another great tutorial for fabric baskets that will nest inside of each other.
Fabric basket with lace
Adding lace to a basket gives it a completely different look. You will want to try it.
Fabric basket and coasters
This fabric basket is a great way to use up scraps of quilt fabrics. Batiks work perfectly!
Looking for a little basket to hold silverware at a picnic? Take a look at this tutorial!
Here is another tutorial that has several sizes of fabric bins.
You’ll find wonderful photos to walk you through each step of this tote and it can be translated!
Tiny fabric basket
This little basket is made with 2½-inch squares of quilt fabrics.
Fabric basket tutorial with conversion
This is a sweet little basket that has been converted from cm to inches for you.
Tiny treasures basket and tray tutorial
You can download a free pattern for this basket!
I hope you have enjoyed this list and hopefully have found one or two baskets that you can’t wait to make! Have fun!
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