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Little Baskets easy sewing pattern

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Author Get Sewing! with Barbara Edmondson
Price $6.00
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by Grandmother of two
on October 8th, 2013

“I found the instructions were not that easy. The list of materials did not include interfacing or chenille sticks. I didn't care for the way the handles turned out but looking again I see that she sewed the handles although the written instructions don't mention sewing the handles together. I ended up using stiffer interfacing than I liked but there was no indication as to the stiffness to use for the basket. I like the way that the bottom seam is enclosed but the instructions were sparse and my enclosed seam had fabric showing in it. Real beginners shouldn't try this.”

These fuly lined, little baskets are simple to make. Depending on your choice of fabric, they can be used for:
Easter ,of course
gift basket anytime
an organizer
display items

My patterns are easy to follow because I write patterns for beginners!

3 pages of detailed, step by step instructions with diagrams and photos. Includes pattern piece to print and pin onto fabric.

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© Copyright 2011 Barbara J. Campbell Edmondson, all rights reserved. Copying or distributing this pattern is NOT permitted.
RESTRICTIONS—You may copy this pattern to reduce or enlarge, but for personal use only, not to give my pattern away. Please refer others to purchase their own. Thank you.

You may make bags from this pattern by yourself to sell at local craft fairs and to friends, but you may not mass produce or sell online on the internet. Please give credit to the pattern designer (Get Sewing with Barbara Edmondson).

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sewing machine, scissors, pins, thread, woven fabric, interfacing

by Grandmother of two
on October 8th, 2013

I found the instructions were not that easy. The list of materials did not include interfacing or chenille sticks. I didn't care for the way the handles turned out but looking again I see that she sewed the handles although the written instructions don't mention sewing the handles together. I ended up using stiffer interfacing than I liked but there was no indication as to the stiffness to use for the basket. I like the way that the bottom seam is enclosed but the instructions were sparse and my enclosed seam had fabric showing in it. Real beginners shouldn't try this.

by KathyP
on June 28th, 2013

made great easter baskets for grands!

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