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  • Since it seems like you can never have enough storage ideas, I thought I’d share some of the sweet projects I’ve found! So today I have for you 12 Creative DIY Fabric Bins. I can’t wait to sew some of these up!

    I’ve been wanting to make little fabric bins for quite some time. With Mother’s Day just around the corner, I thought I would make fabric bins to hold mini plants that my son and I recently bought. I plan on first using them as center pieces for our Mother’s Day brunch. I then want to give them away as gifts. Perfect right?

  • A couple of months ago I shared some we added to the living room by utilizing the shelf on our Sauder multi-cart, but didn’t tell you how I made the storage which is what I want to share with you today! I’ve got the “how to” for those giant fabric bins because, and I am SO excited to be able to say this, I MADE them! Woohoo!

    Hold-it Sacks for electronic devices, fabric bins for organizing, and wall pockets with a decorator’s touch create pizazz in your home. Nancy uses easy rectangles and squares for patterns. Work with cotton or laminated fabric in your own customized color range—fresh and functional!

  • Once you finish making this easy apron, find other ways to organize your home with the items in your fabric collection. Watch to learn how to make versatile fabric bins to store crafts, toys or books.

Buy Fabric Bins from Bed Bath & Beyond

I used from Walmart (called the Ultra Basket) and it was less than $22 for 6 bins, which is a steal when you consider that most fabric bins are $10 each. The bins fit perfectly in the shelves. The fabric I used was Large Aqua Chevrons by Riley Blake (find it at The Ribbon Retreat). If you want to cover these same bins, to download the cutting template. If you’d like to cover a different sized bin, create your own template that covers the front of the bin, remembering to cut out a spot for the handle, if necessary.