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“Easy to put together, directions are very clear. Made several different sizes to use as gift boxes and they all turned out very cute.”
Here is a simple collapsible tray with many uses, and it can be made in many shapes and sizes.
Can be used to store things, or pour snacks into it and use it like a bowl, or set a transport a casserole dish in one. Pack one in your suitcase for keeping personal items when traveling, or for chips, nuts, popcorn. No worrying about breakage.
Easy-to-follow pattern with two pages of step-by-step instructions with drawings.
Finding fabric grain
Measuring & pinning
Sewing straight, pivot corners
Ironing, fusing interfacing
Sewing down ribbon
Tie a bow
I've been teaching sewing for more than four years. Most of my students make this, no matter their age. I design patterns for beginners, and almost all of my sew students make this, young and old.
© Copyright January, 2010 Barbara J. Campbell Edmondson, all rights reserved. Copying or distributing this pattern is NOT permitted.
* By purchasing this pdf pattern, you are agreeing to not sell this pattern, distribute it for free, make copies, or in any way imply that you are the author/designer.
You have my permission to print it for yourself. Not permission to email to others or make copies for others. You have my permission to make up and sell your finished items.
__Two different woven cotton fabrics that look good together—at least a 12-inch square of each fabric.
__About an 11-12 inch square of stiff interfacing like Pellon Craft Fuse 808, or Décor Bond
__About an 11-12 inch square of fusible fleece (such as Pellon 987F, found with interfacings)
__2+¾ yards of ¼- or ⅜-inch-wide ribbon that looks good on both sides.
__Regular thread that matches ribbon, a polyester or cotton or a blend of both.
Easy to put together, directions are very clear. Made several different sizes to use as gift boxes and they all turned out very cute.