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It has been almost ten years ago that I designed the first organizer pattern, the 5 Gallon
Tote-all-Bucket, to carry my soft-dollmaking supplies to the monthly meeting of my
doll club, which I joined shortly before retiring from nursing. Of all the patterns, the
Mug Bucket that fits over a coffee mug and the 5 quart Jitter Bucket have been the best. The 5 quart bucket was a recycled ice cream container, but now ice cream comes in 4 quart containers. I will be revising the pattern very soon.

Most of my patterns upcycle cups, mugs and buckets to make unique and useful gifts.
Find Buckets Gone Wild! patterns in four catalogs and numerous quilt shops across
the country.

More patterns are in the planning. I've taken a little detour for some art projects that I will be sharing here and on my blog.

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The Mug Bucket is a quick easy to sew pattern for unique gifts The Go Bucket holds art and sewing supplies and makes a quick and easy class. Recycle kitty litter buckets with the Sassy Kat Organizer Pattern.
Cup organizer made with coordinating fabric pockets Go Bucket structure is based on felt.  Drawstring top becomes a tote. Teach a two-hour class with this kitty litter bucket organizer pattern

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