Friday, August 22, 2014

Finish Friday...the Fabric Bowl

At our last Maritime Modern Quilt Guild meeting, Jo over at Explorations in Stitch did a demo on making fabric bowls.  So I decided to give it a try.  Those who know me, know I don't do well without a pattern.  But I decided to give it a try anyway from memory.



I decided to stay small for my first attempt, and I am pleased with the finished product.  The sides are a little more angled out than I had planned.  I was so focused on ensuring I was sewing it so that the thread was catching both pieces of the cord that I often forgot to keep the bowl angled up.  Oh well...I'm still pleased with my first attempt.


Aerial view

I will use it tomorrow as a thread catcher at MMQG's Sew In.



Since I enjoyed making this, I will investigate a book purchase so I can learn more.

Since it's Friday, I'm linking up with TGIFF.  Leanne @ the Devoted Quilter is hosting this week.

Off to find a project to work on tomorrow at the Sew In.

7 comments:

  1. Fabulous! I am so doing this. Maybe pick up some cord tomorrow :)

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  2. Looks great to do this without a pattern! See you tomorrow.

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  3. It collected my thread and other bits very well. ;-)

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  4. It looks great! I've never tried making a fabric bowl, but they sure are pretty. Another project on my 'someday' list...BTW, I grew up in Upper Tantallon. Thanks for linking to TGIFF.

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  5. You're such a keener! Everyone was jealous of your bowl at Sew In! :)

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  6. Very nice. Looks like i missed a great demo. Your bowl it lovely.

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  7. You should be pleased, it's beautiful.

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