No-Sew Fabric Lined Storage Baskets
Bring life to your plain baskets by lining them with coffee bean bags. Check out how to make fabric lined storage baskets for a beautiful storage idea.
Fabric Lined Storage Basket
I wanted to do something special for my baskets and it was another opportunity to us my coffee bean bags again. Baskets are great for organizing and adding a fresh look to a plain storage area. So dressing the basket up with burlap bean bags will give that extra style to my storage areas. For more storage basket ideas check out 15 DIY Basket Storage Ideas That You Will Love.
Why line the Baskets with fabric
- Protects the baskets.
- Gives the baskets a new look.
- Its great way to store onions and potatoes.
- You can use it as a bread baskets
- Baskets: (Thrift Stores have great finds) I found my white wired ones at Dollar Tree)
- Coffee Bean Bags ( Etsy or use burlap fabric)
Where to Find Coffee Bean Bags
I was lucky enough to collect coffee beans the last few years. I found some at vintage yard sales and some came with a fountain I ordered. they used it as a way to wrap and protect the foundation during shipping. You can search on eBay.
No Sew Fabric Lined Storage Basket
- Measure the width of the baskets, plus two more inches. Measure 3 inches more to over lap over the edges of the basket. Use a chalk to measure those measurements on the coffee bean bag to make it easier to cut.
After you cut the coffee bean bag place it over the basket. Make sure its drapes over the basket about 3 inches. The beauty of this you don’t need to sew anything as long as they drape easily over the basket. Sometimes the bean bag is already sewn and all you have to do is cut the height, as I did for the taller wired basket. I had a smaller coffee bean bag that was perfect size for my tall wired basket.
Tuck the edges and glue them with a glue gun.
Do the same with the other baskets.
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Thanks Meg, I have so many baskets, hopefully i’ll keep using them.
Thanks Meredith for the kind compliment. It was a enjoyable project.
Thanks so much! It was a fun project to do.
Thanks Ashley! Have a great rest of your week.
It was so cheap! I love finding most of the supplies in your very own home. I save everything.
Thanks so much! IT was a fun project! Appreciate the stop by.
Erin, it was a pleasure to be in this challenge. These challenges are such a great way to get motivated to get things done. I have so many project I want to do.
Thanks Amanda for stopping by my older challenge post. Appreciate that.
Glad you stopped by.
Thanks Claire. Have a great week coming.
Great I to make no-sew basket liners.
Happy New Year,
Love your use of coffee bean bags Maria; great idea! I usually throw in a towel, but like this so much better.
Yes, Thanks so many uses for them,. Happy New Year.
Such a simple way to elevate a basket!! Pinned.
Perfect choice of words. Happy New Year
These turned out so great! Thanks for sharing it. I pinned it as well. Happy New Year
Thanks, I have so many coffee bean bags, It was a easy DIY
What a stylish idea! Thanks for sharing it.
Thanks its been great for my fruit.
You made such pretty fabric lined baskets. Thanks for sharing how to make them.
Glad you like them, I am happy I was able to use the coffee bean liners
Where did you buy the fabric
I had them they are coffee sacks, thanks for stopping by.