I need (yes… really, really need) to make some time to sew for fun.
I have now made a caddy for another beautiful grandaughter:
She is five years old now (she was 3 when the above photo was taken).
She will receive her own caddy from Grandma…maybe for Christmas…maybe sooner if I can’t wait that long.
To see my previous post, and for the tutorial, click here.
I found an online tutorial, by Linda Rainwater, for a quilter’s caddy, and decided to take the time to make one.
I’ve made it in the future colors of my sewing studio, and I love it!
It contains my hexagon project.
I can’t stop with just one.
This one is for Miss Ladybug, who is now 2 years older than this picture, but you can see why she gets this caddy.
I am going to make more of these baskets, both for myself, and because I have more grandchildren.
I had to alter the pattern to fit the basket that I bought from the Dollar Store.
Instead of using hardware mesh for the pockets, I used fabric (and interfaced for body and sturdiness). And instead of using grosgrain ribbon to attach the pockets, I made matching bias tape.
If you want to make one (or several) of these handy dandy caddies, then click here for the tutorial.