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Lea Mini Fabric Bin pattern

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This is the digital sewing pattern for the Lea Mini Fabric Bin. These pretty scalloped fabric baskets are a must sew and as the designer says - every table and desk needs one.

We are delighted to share with you this sewing pattern for the Lea Mini Fabric Bin. These pretty scalloped fabric baskets are a must sew and as the designer says – every table and desk needs one.

These cute fabric baskets with their fold-over scalloped tops make great DIY mini bins.

The designer has made two versions in the pattern, a standard mini bin and a simplified version with shallower scallops for beginner sewers but I am sure you will agree that both are totally adorable.

You can make a set of these and use them in a whole number of different ways. The designer points out that you could make a set and put them on your mantel filled with dried flowers, or in the bathroom for your small toiletries, or in your sewing room filled with threads.

This is the digital sewing pattern for the Lea Mini Fabric Bin. These pretty scalloped fabric baskets are a must sew and as the designer says - every table and desk needs one.

And just to make the pattern even better, these mini fabric bins keep their shape with fusible interfacing and as an added bonus they are completely reversible.

The fabric bin will be approx 3.5 inches by 3 inches on the base and 5.5 to 6 inches tall unfolded or approx 4 inches when folded down.

What you will need to make a Lea Mini Fabric Bin

This is the digital sewing pattern for the Lea Mini Fabric Bin. These pretty scalloped fabric baskets are a must sew and as the designer says - every table and desk needs one.

Add this fun pattern to your stash and start sewing these cute little fabric baskets today – but warning – these could be addictive!

Click here for the pattern

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