I love these fabric buckets. The pattern is from Maya over at MayaMade. I have made them countless times, and I am always amazed at how quickly and easily they come together. Trust me, if you can sew a straight seam, you can make them. I went a little nutty last month and made a bunch. I am unwilling to count the exact number, but it is more than a dozen. Doing them in multiples allows you to make all the separate parts and then put the buckets together assembly-line style. I love sorting through my fabric scraps to figure out fun combinations of handles, inside fabric and outside fabric. The red pom-pom one above is made from a vintage chenille bedspread that I have had since the dawn of time. There is a little silver thread that runs through it, and I have never seen one like that before or since. The other two are made from red corduroy and lined with plaid sateen. Below you can find some I made for my niece’s birthday last year. They have the same baby-wale cordoroy on the outside, and are lined with a polka-dotted sheet. I also made a set for my other niece that same year, but obviously never took a photo of those. Her’s had a ruffle around the top edge that was really cute. The pattern gives you the measurements for the four sizes shown below. Oh, and they nest – most adorable!