How to make an Easy Fabric Bowl

I use a lot of fabric baskets in my sewing room for all of my notions and things that I use all the time. This is an easy fabric bowl that anyone with beginner sewing skills can make. It is really cute too. I just loved making this little bowl. It came together simply and easily and holds the small things I need for it to hold. If you would like more fabric bowl projects check out my simple fabric bowl. So how do we create this little gem. Let’s get started.

I used remnant fabrics that I had on hand from JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores but you could head to fabric.com or onlinefabricstore.net to get exactly what you need for your easy fabric basket. This post contains affiliate links that if you click on them and make a purchase I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

What you will Need: How to Make an Easy Fabric Basket

  • 10″ x 10″ outer and lining fabric
  • 9 1/2″ x 9 1/2″ Pellon 808 interfacing x 2
  • 4 Coordinating buttons
What you will Need

Step 1: Fuse the Interfacing

Fuse one piece of interfacing to the wrong side of each of the fabric pieces following the manufacturer’s instructions.

Fuse the Fleece

Step 2: Stitch the Fabrics Together

Place the two fabrics right sides together. Stitch the pieces together using a 1/4″ seam allowance but leaving an opening for turning. Clip the corners without cutting through the stitching.

Stitch right sides together

Step 3: Turn Right Sides Out

Turn right sides out. Poke out the corners and press. make sure the opening raw edges are pressed in. Topstitch all the way around using a 1/8″ seam allowance closing the opening as you go.

Step 4: Create the Corners

Fold the fabric in half diagonally. Measure down from the folded edge 2 3/4″ and pin. Tack the two pieces together either by hand or with your machine. Repeat for the other side. Open up the fabric and fold in half diagonally in the other direction. Measure again 2 3/4″ and tack the two pieces together either by hand or with machine. Repeat for the other end. Turn right sides out.

Fold diagonally
Fold in the opposite direction

Step 5: Fold Down the Corners

Make sure the basket is flat and the top edges match. Fold down the corners. Stitch the corners down by hand.

Fold down the corners

Step 6: Add the Buttons

Add the buttons to each corner of the basket and you have finished your easy fabric basket.

Add the buttons
Finished Fabric bowl

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