Let’s make a cute and functional Fabric Tray that’s perfect for holding all your quilting tools and trinkets.
The best thing about these Fabric Trays is that you can customize them to your exact needs. You can make them any size you like, and adjust the depth of the sides to suit your preferences. This means that you can create a tray that’s just the right size for your workspace, and that holds everything you need in an organized and accessible way.
This tutorial is perfect for all skill levels, whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out. I’ll walk you through the process step-by-step, and provide useful tips and tricks to help you get the best results. So grab your favorite fabrics and tools, and let’s get started!
For full instructions be sure to watch the video tutorial below! In the video, we go through each step of the process and provide additional tips and tricks to help you get the best results. If you find the tutorial helpful, please hit the like button to let me know!
I’m currently loving the Strawberry Friends in Caramel colorway by Kimberly Kight for my Fabric Trays. The cute strawberry prints and vibrant colors add a playful touch to any project, making them both fun and functional.
Supplies to Make a Fabric Tray
(1) 7″ x 7″ Outer fabric
(1) 7″ x 7″ Lining fabric
Tools Needed to Make a Fabric Tray
- Clover Wonder Clips
- Water Erasable Pen or Chalk Pen
- Point Turner
- Rotary Cutter, Ruler, and Mat (or you could cut with scissors)
- Sewing machine – I have this one
- Iron and Mat or Ironing Board
If you enjoyed this project, be sure to take a look at some of my other fun sewing projects. You can find them HERE.
Pin it! Want to make a Fabric Tray later? Don’t lose this tutorial, pin it now to one of your boards on Pinterest!
If you have any suggestions for other projects you’d like to see, feel free to drop me a line! Sewing is my passion, and I’m always happy to share my love for it with others.
Thanks for stopping by and happy sewing!