Panda fabric bin

I’m always in need of things to put other things in. Ages ago I pinned a photo of a similar threadcatcher/small fabric bin with cute cat ears - there wasn’t a pattern linked, but the shape was just squares, so I gave it a try. I did my own panda face for my one with simple appliqué using fusible webbing. It’s about 6 inches each side.

Now I just need to decide what to keep in it! :panda_face:

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Oh man. This is the coolest!!

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That’s the cutest! I know how you like pandas, too. I love the dotty fabric you chose for the sides.

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Very cute! I would want to use it for something I do everyday!

Love the linen with black…

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SNACKS!
(But, I’m pretty much obsessed with snacks, so maybe that’s just me. lol)

This is really clever and cute- well done on not having a pattern and being bold enough to just wing it.

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Oh my…this is so, so adorable!

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Oh my goodness! Adorable! :heart_eyes:

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So freakin cute!

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What a fabulous panda bin! Cutest little fabric holder!

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Adorable! The polka dots are an excellent touch :blush:

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This is such the best! Adorable!

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Way cute!

I’m never gonna find time to act on all of the inspiration I get from my crafty family! Lol!

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What a sweet panda! And, the polka dot fabrics are the perfect coordinating fabric.

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Yess!! Lol!

Thanks everyone :smiley:

This is ridiculously cute. :smiley: Love it!

I so want one!!!

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Adorbs!

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Eeeeep!! How cute is that panda??? You need to make a family or a complete fabric bin zoo :joy:

Fun and functional!
I got a new sewing machine this weekend and I already want to sew so much, I will add this to my list! :orange_heart:

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That bin is adorable! such a cute idea.

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Súper adorbs!!! :panda_face:

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