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Task-It-Basket

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I designed this pattern to put in my travel notions for classes and retreats. I wanted something that didn't take up any space in my bag but would keep my notions from going everywhere on the table or fall off the table. it worked beautifully and I was pressured into making the pattern. Since then it has developed a life of its own. The Task-It-Basket was named because you can give it a task and it can do it. You can use it for a gift basket, holds DVDs, CD's, books, wash cloths. The best thing I use it for now is my make up. It looks great on the vanity, is washable and when i get ready to go somewhere I simply untie it, fold it over, tie it back and throw it in my bag. Then when I get to my destination, I untie, fold over the top, tie it back and I have my makeup readily available just like at home. It can be used in the kitchen too for holding your K-cups, tea bags, rolls for dinner, the list is endless. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY If you can sew a straight seam, you've got this covered!

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2 fat quarters and 2 pieces of batting
  • An edge stitch foot will make this project very easy.
  • The usual sewing notions, pins, scissors, thread.

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MadCowCreationz
MadCowCreationz
My name is Martha Sheriff. Some of you may know me through my affiliation with OESD through 2008. I'm a professional embroiderer and a pattern designer. I believe my patterns are innovative and may have a little different concept of construction. However, those who have used my patterns know that the instructions are very well written and easy to understand. I will be glad to help if there is ever a problem but I like to make sure my patterns go through extensive testing before they are published.