PatternPile is a resource for finding practical and fun-to-sew patterns for accessories to wear and use at home. Beginner to intermediate sewing projects for bags, hats, holidays, and household soft goods.
Lindsey from Winding Road Crochet shares a free crochet pattern to make these wonderful bowl cozies. A quick, yarn stash-busting project using two strands of worsted weight, or your favorite medium weight yarn. These bowl cozies work up quickly in only ten rounds. Protect your fingers from hot bowls of chowder, stew, hot cereal, etc, with a crocheted bowl cozy. Crochet some bowl cozies for ideal gifts and to use during the colder seasons. Check out the Lindsey’s notes for the
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Learn how to sew a hot soup bowl cozy with this free sewing project. Protect your fingers and your furniture from hot bowls of hot soup, chili, oatmeal, etc with a fabric bowl cozy that is attractive and very functional. Fast and easy to sew, making these hot soup bowl cozies ideal custom made gifts all year long! Note: When working with products intended for use in a microwave, certain precautions should be taken. Use only 100% cotton batting, thread and fabric. This 100% na
with Marni Weaver ✃ Create a sweet tradition and sew this fun Halloween Candy bowl in just a few short hours. Serve goodies to trick-or-treaters at the door and fill a few more with candy corn for a Halloween party. This Halloween Candy bowl is a fabulously easy sewing project that is perfect as a family activity too. Fun for both parents and kids, and a Halloween accessory that will bring happy memories for years to come. Get the DIY Halloween Kids Blocks Just Arrived - To
Wandie Garren Williams created this gorgeous household storage basket (which she and lot of other people call “bowls“) out of batik fabric strips wrapped tightly around cording or clothesline. I’ve seen gorgeous handbags made this way. This is a good project to upcycle textiles! See how she did it! Benartex Bali Batik 5 yd Bundle (Sunshine)
from: Craftsy.com How to create fabric baskets and bowls from two squares of fabric! by Debbie Shore Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fab