I had some leftover fabric from a recent project, so I thought of making this handy bucket bag for my collection of yarn. I got the instructions from Craftsy.com
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Love my new bucket bag, perfect for all the yarn I have collected while stationed in Japan.
I used the leftover fabric from my kitchen chair reupholster project (I will share the project next week, still trying to finish up the step by step instructions) which made a 15 inch in diameter bucket bag. The top seems I filled with the leftover clothesline to give it more structure. I also decided not to add handles, but I may add some handles in the near future.
For the inside, I made a little extra bag so I can slide in my knitting needles and a pocket for a few bulkier items.