This week I made a divided fabric basket from a pattern by Anna Graham of Noodlehead. I've been wanting to try this out for a while, and I'm glad I finally saw how she installs her divider. Clever!
This one will likely be used to corral sewing supplies when I'm teaching lessons. The pattern is not difficult, but it does call for some heavy duty interfacing that requires patience. There are three options for the handles, I chose the most complex and am really happy with how it turned out. I opted not to use the front pocket, preferring to let the fabric get all the attention. Here are some close-up photos:
How cute is this fabric?!!?!? Both exterior and lining are from the same line: Wash Day from The Henley Studio, Makower UK. You can still find some on Amazon, of all places.
These prints go beautifully with sewing with all the washing and ironing that goes into making a bag or garment!
Knitters are the best! I knit badly, but I love to sew lovely bags to keep their projects, needles and hooks in order. I also teach sewing, and you can find many sewing resources here. Welcome to my blog Dancing Threads RI.