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Fabric-Covered Boxes

Store your stuff in style. Whether for your sewing room, bedroom, or home office, create custom storage with a personal flair.

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Quilt designer: Jennifer Paganelli of Sis Boom
From Quilts and More, Summer 2006

Materials
Prints to cover box (amount depends on box; see Step 1)
Spray adhesive
White crafts glue


Assemble Fabric-Covered Box1. Measure each box area to be covered and record measurements. Click on "Download This Project" to download the diagrams. Referring to the diagrams, draw pattern pieces using your measurements.

2. Cut pieces from desired fabric(s) and label each piece. For a softer box top, attach a piece of lightweight batting to the box top.

3. In a well-ventilated area, spray each fabric piece with spray adhesive just before applying it. Be sure to follow the directions on the adhesive to ensure a successful finish. If the spray adhesive dissipates as you're working, use a cotton swab and white crafts glue to further secure the fabric.

4. Center box bottom on fabric piece and smooth in place. Wrap the fabric around the box like a gift, smoothing fabric up along sides and turning under raw edges where possible. If overlapped fabric is too bulky, trim it, making sure you leave enough for an underlap. Fold excess fabric at top edges to the inside and secure. Repeat to cover box lid, adding lid lining piece to cover raw edges.

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