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KAIA Mini Fabric Bin Pattern

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Product Description

Hello, my beautiful home! Organize your home in style using these DIY mini fabric bins. Make your place look adorable!

These handy little fabric bins will keep just any spot in your home look cute and fresh! Endless possibilities to organize your desk, craftroom shelves, kid's creative corner, as well as that messy kitchen drawer. Perfect to hold your craft supplies. (Fill one KAIA mini bin with satin ribbons. Or colorful buttons. So cute!)

Or get this pattern in a BUNDLE and save!

They are easy to sew and don't take a lot of time to complete. And they make an excellent handmade present: fill one of these unique, adorably cute mini fabric bins with a bunch of goodies and you're good to go! The KAIA Mini Fabric Bin is lined and reinforced by fusible interfacing to give it stability. It's reversible and has an an easily adjustable height.

This PDF pattern includes KAIA Mini Fabric Bin printable pattern and a step-by-step tutorial with lots of photos and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions for beginner sewers, as well as a few bonus tips to make it even easier. Nothing difficult, but incredibly cute!

This listing is for a digital PDF sewing pattern (instant download).

Product Information

Product TypeDigital Patterns
Skill level Beginner
Finished Size

•    apprx. 3.5″ wide, 3″ deep, 6″ tall (when top not folded down)// 4″ tall (top folded down)
•    EASILY ADJUSTABLE: - adjust the height any time by folding the top over.

Supplies Required
  • 2 pieces of 12x8 inch midweight cotton
  • lightweight or mid-weight fusible interfacing
  • coordinating sewing thread
What you get This order is an instant DIGITAL DOWNLOAD and no physical product will be shipped to you, Due to the digital nature of this product, no refunds will be issued after purchase.

This pattern uses imperial measurements (inches).

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