Don’t we always look for more storage in our house. No matter how big our homes are, we seem to be in a continuous need to expand our storage facilities! with these easy-to-sew fabric cubes you could truly become a Queen of new and abundant storage. Investment is pieces of fabric and your time. You could recycle old towels, bed sheets – anything that has value to be sewn into a small or big storage unite.
Take a look at these storage cubes and see how easy they are to make!
Here’s a spreadout for a bigger storage cube. 4 Panels sewn together at the side seams.
Here’s a layout for a small storage cube. 2 Different fabrics, one for inside lining.
There are no side panels, just fold sewn together 2 fabrics.
Secure the corners to make them stronger and looking cute, too.
Run your needle a couple of times to make sure all corners are sturdy.
Here’s a spot where you will insert your decorative and functional hook.
Insert your hanging hook into the space and sew it together with the pocket.
Here’s a smaller storage unit with small cubes for scissors, cutters, stencils and more.
The fabrics and textures know no boundaries. Take a moment to relax and sew up these cute storage bags with your own colors, design, decor! Customize it for your own use or your child’s needs. I love these and have them in several variations in my home. Some of them are hanging with my kiddo’s small toys, other hold on to my personal cosmetic items. They are very easy to clean and reuse.