Friday, July 20, 2012

Basket Work

Pin It My Mom picked up this cute basket at a yard sale last weekend. She doesn't know what she wants to use it for yet but I am sure it will hold some type of craft she will be working on.



Since the basket must have held some messy items at one time, I suggested a cute fabric liner to hide the messiness and add some cuteness factor to it.


Measuring from the bottom of the basket up to the top, I then added 2 inches for the top (to add an elastic) and 1/2 inch to the bottom for seam allowance.  I then cut a circle 1/2 inch bigger in diameter for the bottom.    Does that make sense?  I just kind of winged it.



Sewing the long piece of fabric into a tube, I then sewed the tube to the bottom circle.  Now the top was a tad bit tricky.  See the handle?  On each side, it is attached of course to the basket.......so in order to have the elastic all around the top to hold the liner in place I needed to do some fudging.




I was planning on detaching the handle but that didn't work so instead I sewed ties to the sides of the liner.  It was an easy fix and turned out pretty good too!  I never did use the elastic...it wasn't needed.



She now has a cute basket that can hold some of the projects she is working on.  

Remember to give your loved ones a hug!

17 comments:

  1. Good Job Debbie! It would make a nice yarn basket if she knits.

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    1. That was my first thought as well Sharon!

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  2. Great Job! Turned out really cute.

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  3. Looks great! It's good when winging it works out. :)

    Have a great weekend.

    M :)

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    1. Thanks Melinda and yes, it is good it turned out! LOL

      Have a great weekend.

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  4. Love your work Debbie.....sure is cute!

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  5. Dropping by from the Sew Darn Crafty link party.

    What a cute solution for the basket. The lining looks great.

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  6. Great job! You made a super cute basket into a Major cute basket. Love the sunflower print:) Thank you for sharing at Freedom Fridays.

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