Fat Quarter Storage Bins | Quiltable

Fat Quarter Organizer Bins

Was your New Year’s Resolution to get organized? And now here it is, March, without much progress in that department? Pro-Stitcher understands. How about starting with easy Fat Quarter Organizer Bins! Pro-Stitcher is bringing you a project that is made from fat quarters and originally intended to organize fat quarters and SO much more. Add a UFO per bin, or simply put one type of notion per bin. You’ve got this!

Fat Quarter Organizer Bin | Quiltable

This project is perfect for school teachers and organizing other areas of your home. The bin’s default size is designed to fit into the ClosetMaid® 15-Compartment Shoe Organizer.

Fat Quarter Storage Bins | Quiltable

The bin stitches in three sections to accommodate all longarm depth sizes.

Fat Quarter Storage Bins | Quiltable

As with any digital quilting design, this project can be scaled up or down depending on your end use.

The fabric bins include printable pdf directions outlining the simple final construction and finishing steps done on the domestic sewing machine.

Here’s a quick video on how to assemble and use the bins:

Our Pro-Stitcher Team tester loaded a scrap piece of 108″ wide backing, cut from a previous quilt project, and stitched numerous Fat Quarter Organizers at one time. The Soft-and-Stable foam, which is recommended in place of traditional batting, is the perfect item for structure in this organizer.

Looks like the only question left to answer is: Will you sort by color, project, or designer?

We cannot wait to see your projects. Use the hashtag #prostitcher when sharing.

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