Make this scrap bucket – FREE sewing pattern
Whether you have a lot of scrap fabric pieces to use, or a lot of scrap or smaller fabric pieces to store, then this Stackable Scrap Bucket could be what you need in your sewing room.
These are so useful for all sorts of things around the house. The kids love to them keep all their small toys in, and the bucket can easily be thrown in the car and taken to grandma’s house. I also keep one at the bottom of the stairs to drop in all my bits and pieces and then take it all up at once.
We also love them in the laundry room, under the sink in the bathroom, and in the utility room for the cleaning materials. And of course they would look pretty in your sewing and crafting space filled with pretty fabrics or sewing supplies.
There’s a free pattern and tutorial for these from the lovely Heather Valentine at The Sewing Loft.
When you finish making one of these lovely Scrap Buckets it will measure approximately 12½” over shape base with 8½” tall sides.
What you will need to make a Scrap Bucket:-
- 1/2 yard of the main fabric,
- 1/2 yard of heavyweight fusible (Pellon TP971F),
- 1/2 yard of lining fabric,
- 1 yard of 3/8″ cotton rope,
- Four extra-large eyelets/grommets,
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
DOWNLOAD THE FREE SCRAP BUCKET PATTERN
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