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!!!!

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  • 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

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