Today I am touching on a hot topic in my home, the toys clutter that seem never ending! I will be sharing one super simple technique I have been using to help contain the clutter in a pretty way. Get ready for how to line with fabric an everyday basket without any sewing! Yes, you heard me right, follow these simple instructions and step by step details on how to make No Sew Basket Liners.
We have two little babies and oh SOOOO many toys. Their toys that somehow spread throughout the entire home. The toys that I swear multiple during the night at rapid speeds! I’m working on some toy rearranging in our living room and bought a handful of new baskets to help with this new method of “toy play” which you can see here, Living Room Toy Storage.
The new baskets I had bought were lacking a little something and I kept having to pull small toys out that had slipped into the basket weave. So, I decided to sew some basket liners… but I’m not a very good seamstress, so I found an easy solution to my problem!
NO SEW BASKET LINER TUTORIAL:
After your strips are cut out, mark a half inch on all sides and iron down this seam.
Next, cut the hem tape to the length of each side and iron the appropriate time to activate tape. (I love not sewing!) This completes one panel.
Next, cut some ribbon or in my case, baker’s twine. I cut mine about 8″ long and tied a small knot at one end. Using hot glue, just glue one end to the inside flap of your liner. Do this all the way around with all eight corners.
I made two of these easy no-sew basket liners and it probably took me 45 minutes total… and that was with two small kiddos running underfoot!