Have you all tried making fabric baskets? They are so convenient for sewing accessories, children's small toys and all sorts of other odds and ends.
For Valentine's Day, I gave Eva a Dog Washing Barbie, that came with all sorts of little puppies and dog washing paraphernalia. Tons of little pieces that were bound to be spread all through the house and lost. I had a piece of Frozen themed fabric her uncle and auntie had sent her from Denmark, and thought with some fussy cutting, it would be just the thing to use for making a little basket to contain her toys.
There are a slew of fabric basket patterns on the internet that are free downloads. If you just Google "fabric baskets" you will get loads of results. I did download a pattern called 123 Basket, which I kind of sort of followed. My fabric pieces were cut 9 inches by 14 inches. I lined both the outer pieces and the lining with fusible batting to give it shape and make it firm enough to stand up. It was what I had on hand, and it worked fine.
I think I got the handles positioned wrong, but Eva doesn't seem to care. They kind of flop down like sad bunny ears and they should be more horizontal and stick out from the sides of the basket more. Oh well. The basket works great for containing all the little pieces that go with this toy set, and is in a fabric that pleases her.
You can whip these up in an hour and I know you could find all sorts of uses for them. How about the next time you need a little gift for someone? You could whip up a basket and fill it with a cute tea mug and some assorted teas. Or soaps and a little bath mitt. Or a gourmet muffin mix and a cute spatula? Or an Easter basket for the special kid in your life?