Fabric Bowls

I had some fun last week making fabric bowls. These have been on my sewing bucket list for a while. Pun intended. It was super simple. This set of small ones is for Little Man's desk. He has a lot of treasures that need a spot.
I'm rather fond of them and had a good time doing the quilting.
This one is much larger and now lives in Little Girl's closet holding her assortment of hats.
Fun, fun.
I plan on making some more soon. I used this pattern. The top bowls are the smallest size in this pattern and the floral is the largest. One day I'll make the whole set.

If you don't feel like buying the pattern, this and this one are similar (thank you Bagette Tami!).

Try 'em. They are fun and wrangle a lot of stuff! What are you making this week? Teresa

13 comments:

April said...

LOVE these!

harmony said...

Super cute!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks April and Harmony, they are super fun to make and the possibilities are endless!

Tami C said...

I think your fabric baskets turned out just wonderful! I can just see many little items in Little Man's baskets. You probably end up having to make him more! Little Girl's is very pretty! I can just see another one to put all of her mittens in. You did a lovely job!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

I think you are right Tami!

Lori said...

These are lovely.

Emilia said...

gorgeous AND functional!!! just like normal...

Ника Плант said...

Last week, I also sewed a little thing like. Very useful for storing socks in the wardrobe)

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks Lori!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Aw, thanks Emilia!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

To Russian Poster--

Yes, socks! Great idea!

Marina Rflfijdf said...

I think we can come up with not one or two uses of these wonderful bags! But it seems to me that to hide such beauty in the closet, a little sorry! ))) They are so cute, staring with her granddaughter, so she now makes me sew a bag for her! We'll have to carve out a day and pamper baby!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

That sound great Marina! Have fun sewing!