Easter Basket Bucket Totes

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Easter Basket Bucket Totes

We've revamped our favorite Bucket Tote pattern to make Easter Baskets! There are so many ways to customize your bucket to make it perfect for everyone at your Easter dinner. We'll walk you through what we've done and you'll be all set to use these ideas or come up with your own amazing Easter Bucket. The original Bucket Tote pattern is available for FREE in the store. Not local? Read through to the end of the post to get your own copy of the pattern! Our first Easter Bucket was made with Sundborn in Cloud from the new collection Sommer by Sarah Jane. It is so soft and sweet and looks especially classy with Essex in Steel as an accent. We tried our webbing as horizontal loop handles and we are in love with the look! We riveted ours in place (come use our rivet press to do yours!) It's also really easy to top stitch through the webbing if you prefer to attach the handles that way. MAKE IT: Supplies: 1/4 yard Sundborn in Cloud 1/4 yard Essex in Steel 1/3 yard Tulip in Tangled (lining) 1/3 yard Decor Bond Interfacing 1/3 yard Quilter's Dream Fusion Cotton Batting 14" Grey webbing Cut: Top section: (2) @ 14" wide x 5" tall Bottom section: (2) @ 14" wide x 5-1/2" tall Lining, interfacing and batting: (2) @ 14" wide x 10" tall Our next Easter Bucket is made with this adorable Japanese canvas. Bright colored clouds and raindrops are the perfect Spring combo! MAKE IT: Supplies: 1/3 yard Polka Dot Clouds 1/3 yard Neo-Flies in Profound (lining) 1/3 yard Decor Bond Interfacing 1/3 yard Quilter's Dream Fusion Cotton Batting 14" webbing Cut: Outside fabric, lining fabric, interfacing and batting: (2) of each @ 14" wide x 10" tall Sort of nautical, kind of manly, whatever it is we love it! And so will Max. Or whoever you choose to make this for. Here's the details. MAKE IT: Supplies: 1/4 yard Canopy in Artist Green Slub 1/4 yard Dyed Solid Canvas in Blue 1/3 yard Raindrops in Storm (lining) 1/3 yard Decor Bond Interfacing 1/3 yard Quilter's Dream Fusion Cotton Batting 14" Smooth Navy webbing Cut: Top section: (2) @ 14" wide x 5" tall Bottom section: (2) @ 14" wide x 5-1/2" tall Lining, interfacing and batting: (2) of each at 14" wide x 10" tall It's been on our list to make a pieced bucket tote for about two years now and it finally happened! We added a strip of flying geese to this Easter Bucket. It's a fun way to try out some piecing techniques if you're new to quilting or a great way to use up your scraps if you're an old pro! MAKE IT: Supplies: 1/4 yard Neo-Flies in Profound 1/4 yard Studio Stash in Chartreuse 1/4 yard Stitches in Parchment 1/4 yard Ladder Lines in Ice Peach 1/4 yard Studio Stash in Ivory 1/3 yard Sweethearts in Pickle (lining) 1/3 yard Decor Bond Interfacing 1/3 yard Quilter's Dream Fusion Cotton Batting 14" Smooth Khaki Webbing Cut: Top section: (2) @ 14" wide x 2-1/2" tall Bottom section: (2) @ 14" wide x 4-1/2" tall Pieced section should have a finished size of 14" wide x 3-1/2" tall. A traditional technique like flying geese is fun or try something new! This would be a great time to try improv piecing with your scraps! Stop in the shop to get your FREE copy of the full Bucket Tote pattern. For those of you that aren't local, we've got a great opportunity for you! Make an online purchase during the Spring and receive a copy of the Bucket Tote! No special coupons or codes needed.

Need some ideas to fill your Easter Buckets? We've got you covered! Our newest pattern, the Simple Softie Kit is available today! Order yours online or stop in the shop today! Check back Thursday and Friday for more Spring sewing ideas! The Quilted Dinghy also makes a great Easter Basket! Check it out here!

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