Everyone needs storage for those pretty little things in life and these fabric bowls are perfect. Join me today and learn how to make these pretty fabric bowls in the Baby Lock Sew at Home video series.
During the class, I will be sharing easy tips on how to create these fabric bowls, adding stability with a secret supply and use the felling foot to showcase your fabrics.
Let’s see a sneak peek of the class and watch the felling foot in action!
Let’s become better sewers this year by learning how special accessories like the felling foot can showcase our talents. Come stitch with me and make a few fabric bowls. You can download the pattern instructions watch the class for free today.
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Comments & Reviews
Heather, this is great. Thank you so much. I just love it and the pictures are fantastic.
P.S. It is good to see you sewing again.
Thanks so much Colleen. It was so much fun creating these projects.
simple and cute, my favorite 🙂
If you use all cotton batting in them, and make them deeper, they are great to use under a bowl in the microwave as a hot pad for a bowl of soup or other dish. Carry them to the table with the bowl, and you will also protect your table from the heat. If you curve those darts and take them more into the center they will form a more rounded shape.
Fantastic idea to use them as hot pads, love it…thank-you!
Thank you, Heather. The timing of this pattern/idea couldn’t have been any better. I have a church dinner coming up and I was looking for something to use for putting bread rolls on the tables. I can make a dozen of these and have one for each table. I can make them large enough for my plan, and can just throw them in the washer afterwards, and re-use them as often as needed. Thank you for this idea. It’s a great alternative to baskets.