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Embroidered fabric pails are great way to organize and decorate at the same time! Use them to hold small potted herbs, sewing notions, breakfast barsbaby pillow set, or used as a goody bag filled with fresh fruit snacks and magazines for a sick friend. The options are truly limitless. The BERNINA Exclusive Embroidery Collection #82022 Home at Heart is the perfect collection to pair with the fabric pails. Its natural botanicals and heartfelt messages would be a welcome touch of home in any environment.

Fabric and stabilizer measurements are to create two pails, one of each size.

waterproof outdoor pillow covers

OESD Fusible Woven White

StabilStick TearAway Stabilizer

?BERNINA Exclusive Embroidery Collection #82022 Home at Heart

Mushrooms #82022 –23 (large size)

Sage #82022 –07 (small size)

Download the free?Pink Mushrooms Embroidery Design 82022-10?files?82022-10 here.

Isacord threads per design thread chart or color of choice

1/3 yard of 54” – 60” wide canvas or duck cloth

2 fat quarters or 1/3 yard of fabric to coordinate with Isacord threads

Organ 75/11 Sharp Embroidery Needle

Rotary cutter and ruler

Fabric marking pen/pencil


OESD Perfect Embroidery Press Cloth or OESD Ironing Board Cover (Optional)

OESD Loop and Wand Tool (Optional)

Tread to match the canvas or duck cloth

Note: Measurements and instructions are given as follows: Mushroom Design (Sage Design)

Wash in hot water with no fabric softener. Dry on high heat. Iron. Cut the following

Canvas 11” x 22” (13” x 22”)

Basket Lining 11” x 22” (13” x 22”)

Fusible Woven 11” x 22” (13” x 22”)

Mark center of design on canvas 5” (6” –; Sage) from the top and 11” from the side.

Hoop StabilStick TearAway paper side up. Score and remove paper to expose the tacky surface. Use center markings and template or method of choice to place the canvas on the hooped stabilizer.Place the hoop on the machine.

Select design to stitch out Mushrooms 82022-23 (Sage 82022–07). Follow the thread chart to embroider the design on the background fabric and begin embroidering the design. Remove the hoop from the machine when the design is complete.

Remove fabric from the hoop. Remove stabilizer per manufacturer’s directions Press with the embroidery side down using an OESD Pressing Cloth or OESD Ironing Board Cover.

Apply the Fusible Woven 11” x 22” (13” x 22”) to the wrong side of the canvas matching top edges and side edges. The fusible woven will help protect the design and support the basket side walls when complete.

Make two tubes, one canvas and one lining fabric, by stitching the short sides of the each of the rectangles together using a 1/2” seam. ?Press the seam allowance open.

Fold the pail in half with the seam on one side and place a pin opposite the fold.

Match pin to seam with sides out on each side. Pin in place. Repeat for lining.

Stitch across the bottom using a 1/2” seam allowance. Clip the seam open at the ends carefully up to but not through the seam. Repeat for lining.

Make triangles with the corner edges by aligning the side folds to the bottom seam. Measure and mark lines where the triangle measures 3″ (5 1/4”). There will be 4 triangles created; 2 on the pail and 2 on the lining.

Sew across the 4 triangles.

Trim the 4 corner edges to 1/4” seam allowance.

Turn the pail lining right side out and insert into the exterior so that the right sides are together. Match center back seams and pin as needed.

Sew a 1/2” seam allowance leaving a 3” opening for turning. Turn right side out through the 3” opening.

Position the lining inside the bucket and press. Whip stitch or use method of choice to close the 3” opening. Top stitch around the top edge to keep the edge from rolling.

Turn down top edge to create a cuff, fill, and enjoy.


Before you start your next decorating project, create a color scheme to guide you in your choices, from furniture to accessories to wall paint. It’s the best way to ensure a cohesive space that conveys the look and feel you want.

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