Divided Basket || Driftless

Divided Basket using Driftless fabric - NoodleheadLove the flexility of Essex (cotton linen blend) fabric for so many different reasons, but the ability to use it with several types of sewing projects makes it one of my all-time faves. In this case, it’s perfect for a home-dec type project like this Divided Basket. Speaking of making lots of samples of a project, I think the Divided Basket might be up there in the top 5 for me! I can’t count how many I’ve made.

Divided Basket, Driftless fabric collection - Noodlehead

They’re fun for gift giving, keeping organized, and trying new fabric combinations! I almost always make them for gifts. I love giving them as baby gifts, but I’ve seen so many creative gifting uses over the years. I think one of my favorites was seeing a kitchen bridal shower basket filled with kitchen towels and baking necessities.

Divided Basket baby gift - Noodlehead

Here are a few examples of the Divided Basket’s I’ve made over the years!
Gingham + Leather Divided Basket
Butterfly Divided Basket
Springy Divided Basket
Goodnight Moon Divided Basket
Briar Rose Divided Basket

Anyway, I had fun making this Divided Basket a few times using Driftless. The main exterior fabric is this Railroad Denim from Robert Kaufman. It’s such a nice weight and texture! I’m not sure I used it before this, but I definitely need some more! Of course I almost always love anything that’s denim or chambray, so go figure. Do you have a go to substrate?

Over the next few weeks I’ll be filming a complete video of how to make the Divided Basket, it’ll be available in my shop as soon as it’s ready. I’m excited since it’s one of my favorite projects to make! I’m announcing it here because it’ll give me some accountability to get it going!

Pattern: Divided Basket
Fabrics: Algea and Water Flower from Driftless, Railroad Denim

6 thoughts on “Divided Basket || Driftless

  1. Judy Carter says:

    Looking forward to your video….maybe thisvwill be the year I start making christmas gifts early!

  2. Diane DeLille says:

    I’ve made four so for my best friend and three for my daughter who’s expecting a boy in may. I adore this pattern. It’s easy and you can get really creative with it.

  3. Audrey G says:

    I made this for the first time a few months ago. It was pretty easy and your directions were great!

  4. Julie Richelderfer says:

    Love this pattern! I’ve looked around, but haven’t seen the video tutorial – is it available? Thanks.

    1. Anna Graham says:

      Thank you Julie! I haven’t done a video yet for the basket, I do have full freeeeee videos to go along with my newest patterns (Pepin Tote, Sandhill Sling, and Firefly Tote), if you like following along on a video. Otherwise, I’m hoping to get to some of my older patterns in the new year. 🙂

  5. Julie Richelderfer says:

    Thanks for getting back to me – I do have the pattern and will start on it tomorrow. I do learn best with a video, but I’ll give it a shot!

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