Reversible Fabric Box Tutorial

Reversible Fabric Box

Hi there, I think the Reversible Fabric Box might just be my new favorite tutorial! These Reversible Fabric Boxes are just so darn cute and useful, and so quick and easy to make!

Trust me once you get the hang of how to make them, you will be whipping them up in 15 minutes flat! The most time-consuming part is cutting the fabric, but if you use a layer cake the work is already done for you!

I am crushing on the beautiful protea fabric I used for this project called Seasonal Bouquet Hay which is from the Season and Spice Collection. The cream fabric is called Creme de la Creme. Both fabrics are from Art Gallery Fabrics.

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2 x 10″ x 10″ Outer fabric

2 x 10″ x 10″ Lining fabric

2 x 10″ x 10″ Fusible Fleece (I used this one) OR Interfacing


The best thing about this project is that all pieces required are cut to the same size. Then you just need to adjust the size of the squares to cut on the bottom corners.

Suggested sizes are:

Fabric 8″ x 8″, measure and cut corner squares at 2″

Fabric 10″ x 10″, measure and cut corner squares at 2½”

Fabric 12″ x 12″, measure and cut corner squares at 2¾”

Fabric 14″ x 14″, measure and cut corner squares at 3″

Fabric 16″ x 16″, measure and cut corner squares at 3½”

Please watch my video for full instructions on how to make a Reversible Fabric Box:

This project is part of my Small Sewing Projects, you might also be interested in making my Vinyl Zipper Pouch.

Thanks so much for joining me! Please leave a comment and let me know how you go, or if you have any questions.

Stacey x

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11 thoughts on “Reversible Fabric Box Tutorial

  1. Renny says:

    I loveeeee your fabric! And you looked gorgeous!

    I can’t wait to make one!!!! Thank you soooooo much for all you’re teaching me!

  2. DORIS JACQUES says:

    I always learn something new watching your tutorials. Thank you for another quick project. I am going to take your idea to use them as Easter baskets for my grand kids. Now, to go get some pretty Easter fabrics! Thanks❤

  3. Pam says:

    This is the simple, straightforward pattern/tutorial that I have been searching to find!!! Others have been far more complicated. Thank you for the lovely video. I can’t wait to make these and fill them with goodies for my church Mother’s Day gifts.

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