Storage can be a big issue sometimes in a house. This is not just because of the shortage of space but also our weak memory, which tends to forget where we last kept the item in the house on earth. For a mid-income family with working members, this is an everyday issue, and if you are the earning member of the family, you are unable to recall where you saw a particular thing last time when you are in its need.
So, we must deal with these two problems today. There is an effective way of storing things which do not occupy a lot of space, make you remember where a thing you need might be and at the same time as to the beauty of the house.
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Coming back to the storage problems, we can use beautiful looking storage baskets that can store all the small utensils that generally have high chances of being invisible when needed. These storage baskets are generally hung to the shelf or are hooked to the wire, dropping from the ceiling or any other place of your convenience. You can also use them in the kitchen to store spoons, and other kitchen utensils you find are of your everyday use.
Hanging storage basket is just like your pouches full of essential things; the only difference is that it is hanging. Given the users of this hanging basket, you may confuse it with some expensive or hard to make stuff that is not for you. But these baskets are so cheap and easy to make that you can make one or even two for yourself on a typical working day. That means you do not have to take out any extra time from your daily routine or wait for a holiday to make this.
Now that we know that these hanging baskets can be made quickly and inexpensive, let us see how you can make one for yourself.
- Two rectangular shaped clothes of dimensions say 14’×22′.
- Fusible sheet
- Two embroidery hoops(rings)
- Sewing thread
- Sewing machine
Now let us see how you can prepare a hanging storage basket for yourself.
Step 1 – Sew the Rectangular Clothes Along with the Breadth
Take the rectangular cloth of your desired embroidery or pattern (it can be plain also, as per your taste). Sew it using a sewing machine along with the breadth, leaving some space from the edge.
Step 2 – Sew the Bottom of the Cloth
Now after sewing the cloth and the breadth, you must sew it out along the bottom to form a pouch with an opening from only one side.
Step 3 – Iron the Cloth
Once you are done with the above two processes, then you need to iron the cloth well.
Step 4 – Sew Across the Corners
The corners at the bottom must be fixed so that the pouch is ready to open. It would help if you sewed it across the corners, ensuring that the pouch is now easily open.
Step -5 Repeat the Same Steps with Another Cloth
Remember we started with two rectangular clothes? Well, you need to replicate the same with this cloth also. Now it is totally up to you whether you want to finish one pouch first and then deal with the other or work on both at the same time. Do whatever suits you the most.
Step 5 – Attach the Fusible Sheet and the Pouch Inside the First Pouch
You need to first insert the fusible sheet inside the pouch after correctly measuring the bottom. And after that, insert another pouch, making sure that there is fusible cloth between the pouches’ bottom layers.
Step 6 – Sew the Sides
The opening of both the pouches should be rolled a bit outwards and then be sewed. After sewing, insert an embroidery hoop inside the rolled part and one hoop outside the rolled part so that there is a layer of the pouch between the two hoops.
Step 7 – Attach it to a Hook and Hang it Where you Want
You can now attach a hook to the embroidery hoop and hang it wherever you wish.
Now that you know how to make a Hanging storage basket, you will not be facing storage problems and not finding things when needed. To know more DIY projects and decorative ideas, you can visit HomeBnc’s blog, which is a one-stop solution for all your house and decaying queries.