Go Bucket - anywhere caddy: 20% off now

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a sewing machine and make buttonholes.
  • Use fusible web.
  • Insert zipper

Pattern Description:

The Go Bucket was made at the request and to the specifications of my daughter, Janet. It is a firm but soft-sided organizer with a removable zippered pouch in the bottom. Filled with coins, this pouch will keep the Go Bucket upright to hold drinks or water bottles without spills.
The Go Bucket can also be used to carry sewing essentials. The drawstrings in the top will allow you to easily transport bingo daubers and small tools. The Go Bucket can carry baby items room to room or dropped into the diaper bag.
The sides and bottom are made from fabric fused to a heavy stabilizer. The pleated pockets can be make of fabric or vinyl. Pocket sizes can be easily modified to hold larger items like rotary cutters, bottles or sunglasses and smaller items like pens or markers.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 9 inches high fully opened, 7 inches high with top rolled down. Base 7 inches in diameter and folds to 1 1/2 inches


  • 1/2 yard main fabric
  • 3/4 yard coordinating fabric
  • 18 X 22 inches felt
  • Zipper at least 9 inches long
  • View B - 6 X 41 inches medium weight vinyl
  • Transparent tape

You Will Also Need:

  • Glue stick
  • Clips or pins
  • Heat resistant template plastic or cardboard (back of legal pad)

About Designer

About Designer

BucketsGoneWild on craftsy.com

I am a retired nurse who has always been interested in and successful at organizing and streamlining systems. I am also very interested in recycling and reusing items that would otherwise clog our landfills.

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