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Coneflower Divided Basket | Quarry Trail

This coneflower Divided Basket using Quarry Trail has to be one of my most favorite makes of all time. I’m not quite sure why it’s my favorite ever, but it makes me smile!

If you’ve been around here long enough, you’ve seen a parade of Divided Baskets over the years. I can’t say I’ll ever tire of making them. They’re fun to feature my favorite prints and they’re quick to sew – but not boring. Not boring is essential to me! I think that’s why I like bag and accessory making, always something different.

Coneflower Divided Basket Quarry Trail

You know I love a basket for gift-giving. Dreaming up gift ideas to put in these Divided Baskets is always a treat! I love thinking about things to include that would make a unique gift. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever shared a basket full of yarn and knitting goodies though! So when I was filling this one up, I couldn’t help but think how fun a gift that would be. Make a basket, fill it up with yarn for a certain project, include the pattern and any fun notions or needles needed and you’re all set!

Here are a few Divided Baskets I’ve sewn in the past for more inspiration:



5 thoughts on “Coneflower Divided Basket | Quarry Trail

  1. Arlette says:

    I really love this pattern. I bought it more than two years ago, and it took me until last week to finish my first divided basket.
    But now, our four kids want me to sew such baskets for their stuff, so I think, it won’t take two more years til my next Examples.
    Thank you for this beautiful pattern.
    Take care, and kind regards from Berlin

  2. I love your basket ideas. these are really fascinating. Thankyou for sharing quality content.

  3. Love this! It’s so fun to mix and match the Quarry Trail fabrics! They are really wonderful.

  4. Kim says:

    This looks like the perfect thing to add to our bookshelf, especially to hide some clutter! Would it be pretty easy to omit the divider? Or does that add stability that shouldn’t be taken away?

    1. Anna Graham says:

      Hi Kim! Agreed! would be a perfect place to hide clutter. Yes, you could omit the divider, but you’re right, it does add some stability. Let me know if you give it a try! 🙂

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