Yarn Caddy Liner
Project Sheet: cd1151
• 1 1/3 yard Fabric (outside)
• 1 1/3 yard Fabric (Inside)
• ½ yard (Ruffle)
• 2 yard Lightweight Fusible interfacing
• 2/3 yard Ultra firm fusible Interfacing
• Buttons (optional)
1. Cut out pattern pieces according to what is listed on each pattern piece.
2. Attach the firm interfacing to the inside bottom fabric. Pin the outside fabric to the opposite side and baste the 3 layers together ½” from edge.
3. Attach the lightweight interfacing to the outside body pieces. Sew the four body pieces together along side seams to create a circle. Do the same with the inside body pieces.
4. Pin the bottom edge (it is narrower than the top) of the body pieces to the edge of the oval bottom. The side will be slightly bigger than the bottom. Sew the seam with the body pieces on the bottom and the oval on top, this will allow you to work the extra fabric into the seam. It will create some puckers but they are necessary so that the sack will fit snuggly into your Yarn Caddy. Trim the seam down to a ¼”.
5. Cut the ruffle fabric into 3-6” strips. Sew it together end to end. Now press in half so that it is now 3” wide. Mark the ruffle into four even sections and using basting stitches, stitch about a ½” from the edge. Pull up the basting stitches. Pin to the top edge of the outside body. Stitch in place.
6. Press under a ½” seam allowance on the top of the Inside fabric. Pull the two sides of the sack up so that the wrong sides are together. Top stitch the pressed edge of the inside through the ruffle seam allowance and outside fabric.
7. Tuck into Yarn Caddy, pulling ruffle down over the outside edge of the basket. Fill with yarn or other sewing projects.
Optional: Add buttons for an extra decoration.
Enlarge pattern 800%
-Cut 4 of inside fabric
-Cut 4 of outside fabric
-Cut 4 of Lt. Weight Interfacing
*Add 1/2” seam allowance
Fold Side is straight side on bottom
Enlarge pattern 400%
-Cut 1 on fold-inside
-Cut 1 on fold-outside
-Cut 1 on fold- ultra firm interfacing