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Fabric Quart Jar Container

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by Koss, Holli
on December 24th, 2012

“Love Made some for my BFF to give as presents with her homemade salsa in qt. jars :)”

Instructions are given to make a fabric container for a quart jar. The container is 5 1/4” tall and it has a 14” diameter. The containers make wonderful gifts – fill quart jars with a layered recipe, party favors for birthdays, candy, dog treats, etc. Decorate the front with various holiday themed items to make the container even more festive.

Patterns and instructions are included to make the felt flowers. The flowers can be sewn on clutches barrettes, pins, etc.

Cotton and ultra suede fabrics were used for the sample containers. A ribbon handle is sewn to the tops of the sides using buttons. Optional instructions are included to fuse fleece to the outside fabric if you want the container to be padded.

Materials List for One Container:

Medium weight solid or print fabrics – 1/4 yard fabric for outside of container, 1/4 yard contrasting fabric for lining
1/2” to 1” Grosgrain ribbon – two 3/8 yard pieces the same width (they can be the same color or different colors)
Heavyweight iron-on interfacing or stabilizer – 1/8 yard (Peltex from Pellon was used for sample containers – interfacing/stabilizer is placed between the ribbon pieces to make the handle sturdy)
1/2” to 3/4” Buttons – two
Sewing thread – coordinating color
OPTIONAL – 1/4 yard of fusible fleece if you want a padded container

OPTIONAL FOR FLOWERS:

Felt (wool or acrylic) – 9” x 12” rectangle or scrap pieces of the following colors: bright purple,
medium blue, light blue, light pink, dark pink, three shades of green.
Round beads – large crystal bead for center of large flower, three small pearl beads for center of
pansy-like flowers

There are seven pages of instructions, one page of patterns and thirty-three photographs.

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by Koss, Holli
on December 24th, 2012

Love Made some for my BFF to give as presents with her homemade salsa in qt. jars :)

by Sanchez, Mandi
on March 26th, 2012

These were a big hit for the holidays. I put them around different mixes!!!!!!

by Mason, Roberta
on March 8th, 2012

Easy and super cute!

by Mitchell, Lynn
on January 11th, 2012

easy and great for gift giving

by heness, cynthia
on January 4th, 2012

easy and fun!

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