Noodlehead Divided Basket Pattern

This is my cute basket made from Anna’s new Divided Basket pattern.

Have I told you how clever she is?

Before I saw the pattern, the divided part of the basket had me stumped.  I could not think through how to sew one in and it look so neat and tidy.

Easy.  SO dang easy.    You will make this and have an aha moment.

I like those.

I love to organize and now after making this, I have tons of ideas of what I could use more for.

I’m in the middle of a sewing room overhaul, so I want to make some to hold scraps for my shelves.

I get ridiculous pleasure from making something that you normally would just buy at Target.

The ideas are really endless:

  • hold napkins and silverware for a party
  • toy storage
  • changing table organizer
  • scrap bin for the sewing room
  • kleenex/extra toilet paper holder in the bathroom
  • fruit storage for your kitchen counter
  • pantry organization
  • on and on and on!

The finished bag measures   13.5″wide, 7.5″ deep, 10.5″ tall including handles (7.5″ tall without).  Roomy but easy to tote around.

It has 2 sturdy handles on the side and an optional front pocket.

A unique and useful pattern that I know I’ll make over and over.

I know you’ll like it too!

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Noodlehead Divided Basket Pattern  $6.50, available for instant download

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Fabrics used:

Exterior – Yuwa Candy Apples canvas

Lining – Moda Gypsy Girl Blue Sky Gingham

Pocket – Cosmo Cricket Junk Drawer Rosebud

Divider/Handles – Moda Made With Love Tape Measure in Gold

Interfacing – Pellon 987F fusible fleece

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  • Cute! That Anna, she sure knows what she’s doing as do you! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Nissi

    Adorable! I’m gonna be in the poor house if you keep posting all these cute patterns though! heheReplyCancel

  • Love it! Great fabric choice!ReplyCancel

  • beehivestate

    It’s $6.50 for the pattern but I might get it, doesn’t look too hard to make.

    The cold lingers, I go to the doctor today.ReplyCancel

  • It`s super cute!!ReplyCancel

  • I love this! Thanks for sharing your fantastic fabric choices, too! I love that they are all from different lines. This couldn’t be cuter!ReplyCancel

  • It looks great, and fab idea to use it as a fruit basketReplyCancel

  • I love that basket. It is SO cute! Love how cheery yours is. Great fabric selection.ReplyCancel

  • Flying Blind

    Love Anna’s pattn, and your enterpretation is lovely xxxReplyCancel

  • Charity Reesor

    I always look forward to your posts in my inbox. Thanks! This bag is super cute!!!!! Love it!!!!! 😉 Have a blessed day!!!!

    Sent from my iPhoneReplyCancel

  • Love your take on Anna’s new bag, and, since I didn’t know she had a new pattern out, thanks for the heads up! I too love that you list the fabrics you used.ReplyCancel

  • of course you know I think it’s amazing!!!! I love those fabrics and you did such an amazing job. thanks so so much for helping me out!ReplyCancel

  • You’ve done a great job! Looks really neat! 🙂 Christine

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  • Lisa

    How cute would this be for a lunch bag 🙂ReplyCancel

  • divided basket pattern testers and your baskets! - Noodlehead

    […] version (LR Stitched), she did an amazing job with her fabric selection! And if you check out her post on the project, she lists a ton of great ideas for ways you can use the […]ReplyCancel

  • I am making the first with Noodleheads pattern and the divider has me stumped. I’ve sewn for 35+ years but can’t reason this out and the pictures could use an update. When you put the divider in the first half of the lining does the top edge go in first with the bottom at the bottom edge raw edge where the other half of the lining attaches?
    Do you then sew along the left side? I don’t get it. SUMPED HELP>ReplyCancel

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