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10 Basket Liner Tutorials & Patterns: {Sewing}

Posted By Tipnut On April 13, 2011 @ 12:05 pm In Sewing | No Comments

Baskets are great for both organizing household items and hauling laundry, you can line them with fabric for easier cleaning and to dress up the baskets a bit for display. They are easy enough to sew using bright and cheery fabrics or make something a little more decorative with elegant pleats and ribbons. Here’s a collection of tutorials for making liners to fit both round, rectangular and square shaped baskets. Enjoy!

modabakeshop.com

modabakeshop.com

Laundry Basket Liner [1]: This charmer is made to fit a round basket and features a foldover top that’s held in place with a cord run through a top casing & grommets.

No Stitch [2]: No sewing involved! Burlap is cut to fit the basket then top edges finished with jute ribbon.

homeandharmony.blogspot.com

homeandharmony.blogspot.com

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

French Desk Set [3]: This is made to fit a rectangular basket, features an opening on each side for handles and tied in place with ribbon (run through a casing).

Round [4]: Fits a round basket with a carrying handle and is tied in place on both sides with fabric ties.

deliacreates.blogspot.com

deliacreates.blogspot.com

attemptingaloha.blogspot.com

attemptingaloha.blogspot.com

Pleated Tutorial [5]: Turn a plain piece of fabric into something fancy with this tutorial.

15-Minute Easy Project [6]: This one’s nice & easy, features a foldover top and a contrasting fabric piece for the bottom (if you wish).

projectsbyjess.blogspot.com

projectsbyjess.blogspot.com

larkcrafts.com

larkcrafts.com

Made With A Coffee Bag [7]: Nice one for the kitchen, this is made with a coffee bag and trimmed with pretty fabric.

Crate Covers [8]: Intended for plastic crates but can also be used for large square baskets. Free pdf tutorial download.

lauragunn.typepad.com

lauragunn.typepad.com

anniescupboard.blogspot.com

anniescupboard.blogspot.com

Pocketed [9]: This one’s made for a round bread basket, all you need is a bit of fabric, binding and some snaps.

For The Laundry Basket [10]: Uses an old liner for the pattern pieces, has openings for handles and tied in place with ribbons.

hgtv.com

hgtv.com

Also see this tutorial that shows you how to add an extra nice touch to a liner using a piece of carbon paper and a paint pen: aimee-weaver.blogspot.com [11].


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URLs in this post:

[1] Laundry Basket Liner: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/01/sunkissed-laundry-basket-liner.html

[2] No Stitch: http://homeandharmony.blogspot.com/2010/06/no-stitch-basket-liners.html

[3] French Desk Set: https://sew4home.com/projects/storage-solutions/french-desk-set-basket-liners

[4] Round: http://deliacreates.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-basket-liner-tutorial.html

[5] Pleated Tutorial: http://www.attemptingaloha.com/2011/02/pleated-basket-liner-tutorial.html

[6] 15-Minute Easy Project: http://projectsbyjess.blogspot.com/2011/02/basket-liners.html

[7] Made With A Coffee Bag: http://www.larkcrafts.com/needlearts/free-project-friday-fabric-remix-redux/

[8] Crate Covers: http://lauragunn.typepad.com/paintinmyhair/2008/09/post-1.html

[9] Pocketed: http://anniescupboard.blogspot.com/2009/11/pocketed-bread-basket-cozy.html

[10] For The Laundry Basket: http://www.hgtv.com/homekeeping/easy-to-make-laundry-basket-liners/index.html

[11] aimee-weaver.blogspot.com: http://aimee-weaver.blogspot.com/2011/03/basket-liner-tutorial.html

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