Get Ready for the New Year in Style with our Sew Organized Fabric Bin Sewing Tutorial

Sew Organized Fabric Bin by the Stitch it! Sisters at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Feature Photo for Tutorial

Get Ready for the New Year in Style with our Sew Organized Fabric Bin Sewing Tutorial

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Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Video Program 203 at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 203, Sew Organized Fabric Bins!

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 203, Sew Organized Fabric Bins with hosts Deanna Springer and Dana Casey from Team NZP! In this video, the Stitch it! Sisters share how to make our  Sew Organized Fabric Bins.

In our Sewing Tutorial below, we’re sharing step-by-step how to make our Sew Organized Fabric Bins made with simple fabric rectangles and flat construction sewing techniques. Sew Organized Fabric Bins are an ideal project for beginner sewers!

Our Sew Organized Fabric Bins are fast and fun to make! Make one or more of our Sew Organized Fabric Bins to coordinate with any room in your home! 10″ x 10″ x 10″ Fabric Bins fit standard cube organizers or set on a shelf.

 

NZP-Q021_02 Sew Organized Fabric Bin Sewing Pattern available at Nancy Zieman Productions at ShopNZP.com

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Purchase one of the Exclusive Sew Organized Fabric Bin Bundle Boxes featuring two coordinating Glohaven Flowers and Blossom fabrics, by Lila Tueller for Riley Blake Designs, Pellon® Peltex Sew-In Ultra Firm Stabilizer, Pellon® Wonder-Under Paper Backed Fusible Web, Cotton Webbing Handles, and our NEW! Sew Organized Fabric Bin Sewing Pattern with full-color step-by-step instructions and illustrations. Now available at ShopNZP.com!

 

NZP-Q021_02 Sew Organized Fabric Bin Sewing Pattern available at Nancy Zieman Productions at ShopNZP.com

Our Exclusive Sew Organized Fabric Bin Bundle Boxes are available in three limited edition colors and include everything you’ll need to make one Sew Organized Fabric Bin.

NZP-Q021_02 Sew Organized Fabric Bin Sewing Pattern available at Nancy Zieman Productions at ShopNZP.com

 

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 203, Sew Organized Fabric Bin!

Make one of more of our beautiful Sew Organized Fabric Bins and organize in style. Sew Organized Fabric Bins are ideal for storing/sorting fabrics and fat quarters in your sewing space, organizing clothing or linens on a closet shelf, and/or holding towels in a bathroom. Where would you use Sew Organized Fabric Bins?

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Using a 6″ x 24″ ruler and pencil, mark a straight line 1″ below pattern top – parallel to pattern top edge.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Using a craft scissors, cut out lower 5″ corner squares.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

Cut Wonder-Under Strips

  • Using a rotary cutter, ruler and mat, cut three-four 1″ x 17″ strips from Wonder-Under.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

 

Prepare Bin Fabrics

JT445_01 Quilter’s Starch Savvy available at shopnzp.com

SiS Tip by The Stitch it! Stitchers at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog 

 

 

Prepare your fabrics! Pre-shrink fabrics by steaming and pressing. Then, stabilize fabrics for the sewing process by pressing and starching fabrics with June Tailor’s Starch Savvy.

 

 

  • Fold Blue Glohaven Flowers fabric wrong sides together – meeting short ends.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Place pattern on fabric and cut two layers: One Fabric Bin outer front, and one Fabric Bin outer back.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

SiS Tip by The Stitch it! Stitchers at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

 

 

Save 5″ fabric squares for a future sewing and/or quilting project!

 

  • Fold Yellow Glohaven Blossoms fabric wrong sides together – meeting short ends.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

Note: Before cutting inner bin lining pieces, fold paper pattern top toward pattern back – along 1″ marked line.

  • Place folded pattern on fabric and cut two layers: One Fabric Bin inner front and one Fabric Bin inner back lining.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

SiS Tip by The Stitch it! Stitchers at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

 

 

  Pattern top will remain folded toward pattern back –when cutting inner bin lining pieces and Peltex layers.

 

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

Prepare Outer Fabric Bin

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Baste layers together, along sides and bottoms only.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

Prepare and Attach Handles to Outer Fabric Bin

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Place a Wonder Clip at each pressed handle end – to temporarily hold fold.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Using an erasable fabric marking pen or Chaco Liner, and Clover’s 5-in-1 Sliding Gauge, place “L” shaped marks 3″ on each side of center bin – at 4-1/2″ down from upper edge of outer front bin.
  • Repeat markings on outer back bin.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Apply 1″ sections of Clover’s Double Sided Basting Tape to wrong side of handle ends.
  • Position folded ends of one handle to marked lines of outer front bin and “tape-baste” in place.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Topstich handle ends to outer front Fabric Bin – stitching along handle side, top, and bottom forming a stitched 1″ square with optional “X” pattern as shown.
  • Repeat steps on outer back bin.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Wonder Clip outer front bin to outer back bin, right sides together, along lower bin.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Stitch lower center seam.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Press side seams flat, then press open over a Sleeve Board or Seam Stick.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

SiS Tip by The Stitch it! Stitchers at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

 

 

 When using a rotary cutter with pinking or wave blade, flip cutting mat over and cut on the back side of the mat.

 

  • Meet outer bin gusset seam, stacking side seam over lower center seam. Wonder Clip. Stitch.
  • Repeat steps to create opposite gusset seam.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

Prepare Inner Fabric Bin

  • Wonder Clip or Pin inner front and inner back lining right sides together.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Stitch lower and side seams.
  • Press seams flat, then press seams open over sleeve board or Seam Stick.

 

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Meet inner bin gusset seams, stacking side seam over lower center seam. Wonder Clip or Pin. Stitch.
  • Repeat steps to create opposite gusset seam.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

  • Insert inner bin into outer bin – wrong sides together.

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

 

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Tutorial

Sew Organized Fabric Bin Supplies Listing

 

 

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 203, Sew Organized Fabric Bins!

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 203, Sew Organized Fabric Bins with hosts Deanna Springer and Dana Casey from Team NZP! In this video, the Stitch it! Sisters share how to make our  Sew Organized Fabric Bins.

Our Sew Organized Fabric Bins are fast and fun to make! Make one or more of our Sew Organized Fabric Bins – to coordinate with any room in your home! 10″ x 10″ x 10″ Fabric Bins fit standard cube organizers or set on a shelf!

 

Stitch it! Sisters Sew Organized Fabric Bins Sewing Video Program 203 at The Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

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Happy Sewing!

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    January 7, 2022

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