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Here’s a great set of six nesting boxes that are both pretty and practical, and are scrap and fat quarter friendly. There are three rectangle boxes and three square boxes in nesting sizes, all within the one sewing pattern. What a bargain!
You will find a million uses for these easy to make nesting lidded boxes. They make the perfect and pretty storage ideas for your sewing room, office or kid’s room. They also look so pretty in the bathroom, on your vanity, or in the guest room.
Or, why not spread some love and sew some to give away as gifts. You can make gift towers or nest one inside the other. You can customize your fabric to suit any occasion or holiday. These would be lovely gift boxes to use for the holidays, birthdays or at baby showers. It would mean even more that you carefully made each and every one of them yourself.
The designer says that her Cozy Nesting Boxes project is perfect for an intermediate beginner sewer.
The six boxes are sized as follows:
- Rectangles = width by height by depth.
- Small = 6″ by 2″ by 3″.
- Medium = 7″ by 2 ½” by 3 ½”.
- Large = 8″ by 3″ by 4″.
- Squares = width by height by depth.
- Small = 4″ by 2 ½” by 4″.
- Medium = 5″ by 3″ by 5″.
- Large = 6″ by 3 ½” by 6″.
If you would like to add this pattern to your collection then you can click on the button below (where it says Click here to get the pattern).
The pdf file includes 37 pages (7 pages of instructions, 26 pages of pattern sheets & 2 pages of cutting labels). There are quality line drawings and concise, detailed instructions. The pattern has been thoroughly tested by the designer’s amazing test team, and there are both metric and imperial measurements.
Drop everything and start sewing these now. Keep them ready-made for when you need a last-minute gift idea or emergency gift wrap!
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