I just love storage boxes! Plastic, knitted, crocheted, ceramic, wood, you name it. They keep things so neat and tidy. If you are a knitter, crocheter or sewist, you know what I mean. We have all sorts of bits and bobs that need a home. This pattern you can find in Susan B. Anderson's book Itty Bitty Nursery.
I think this is some Alexander Henry fabric I had leftover from one of my Crochet Reversible Baby Blanket pattern. Use bigger/smaller needles and fatter/skinnier yarn to make them as big/small as you like!
I used cardboard in between the knitted side and the fabric to make them sturdy. Susan suggests plastic canvas as they then can be washed. You can turn the smallest box into a pin cushion as I did.
They'd be great in the bathroom storing cotton balls, lotion, makeup brushes and the like.
Perfect on the baby changing table too.
She shows them and baby blocks, but, as my "baby" is almost 21, I use them for storage. Easy to knit and a piece of cake to convert to crochet. Also a great use of fabric scraps.
Have a great week,
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