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Get started on your spring decorating and gift-making! This pdf format pattern is for a set of 3 original design fabric bowls. This set of 3 bowls fits into a fat quarter (18" x 21" piece of fabric). Two contrasting pieces of fabric are used which make the bowls reversible. Other materials required are very heavy interfacing and embroidery thread.
These unusual tulip-shaped fabric bowls are a perfect gift or decorating accent for your home. They are ideal for holding breads or rolls, snacks, candy, or filled with scented goodies. They also make great gifts, either by themselves or filled with cookies, tea and coffee, etc.
They are fun to make, and can be embellished with decorative stitching, trim, beads, etc.,--whatever you like to add as your own special touch.
The pattern contains complete written instructions with photographs as well as actual size pattern pieces.
© 2012 Lynn Forman. All rights reserved. Written permission is required to copy and/or distribute copies of this pattern and instructions whether or not you profit from it.
Please feel free to make as many as you like for personal use, gifts, and donations to charity events. If you would like to make more than 10 to sell, please contact me regarding a commercial license.
Materials list for set of 3:
2 contrasting fat quarters (2 pieces cotton fabric approx. 18” x 21”)
18” heavy 2-sided fusible interfacing, e.g. Peltex® 2-sided Fusible Ultra Firm Stabilizer or fast2fuse® Heavyweight Interfacing
18” heavy interfacing, e.g. Timtex™ Heavyweight and
1 yd. fusible web
Machine embroidery thread, e.g. Coats and Clark 40 wt. Trilobal Polyester D75 or Sulky® 40 wt Rayon 943
No. 14 needle
Marking pen or pencil
Posterboard, cardboard, cardstock, or template plastic