Thursday, November 16, 2006

In the Sewing Mood

This is the basket I finished yesterday. As I did each step I took a photos. The basket fabric at the start was a 9 " square. Even taking photos it only took me 1 1/2 hours to make. I will be writing the instructions today. I hope to get it done in the next few days.

You can use these baskets for candy, napkins, buttons, bread, rolls.........on and on and on. The baskets can be made any size. I wash mine in the machine and lay out to dry. I also untie them for storage.

The supplies that you need are:

Plastic Canvas Sheets, Fabric, Ribbon, and Thread.

Sewing 2 inch squares for Gratitude Quilt

Piecing blocks for mystery quilt from class
Have a Great Day!



meggie said...

These are all looking good.
I will be interested to catch up on all of it when I return.

Clare said...

I've seen those baskets in the markets and "ironmonger" type shops over here - they're expensive. Instructions please!

Anonymous said...

Oooh, I love your baskets and can't wait to read your tutorial! Thanks in advance! KC Quilter

Finn said...

Hi Debbi, what a great idea with your fabric baskets!!
They do look really neat and so much potential with different seasons and fabrics..*VBS* Hugs, Finn

jenclair said...

The baskets are great! I'll be watching for the tutorial. :)