Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Six Fabric Wrapped Clothesline Bowls

I made 6 more fabric bowls. I used some scraps leftover from the patriotic fabrics I had to make the first bowl and I used scraps of fabric from the king size batik quilt top I recently made too on some of the bowls.
I used leftover fabrics from the patriotic banner I made plus some other scrap fabrics to make this bowl.





I used scraps of batiks leftover from making the batik king size quilt to make this bowl.


I used batiks scraps to make this bowl. Some were from the king size quilt and some were other batik scraps.


I used scraps to make this bowl too.


Here is another batik bow made from scraps leftover from the king size quilt, plus a few other batik scraps as well.


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15 comments:

  1. The bowles look great. This is a great way to use up scraps.

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  2. I love these. Do you have a tutorial or pattern that you would recommend? This is something I would like to try.

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  3. Your bowls look gorgeous Daryl! It must be a lot of fun seeing how the colors blend and work out.

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  4. Your bowls are all so very pretty! Are they going to be gifts?

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  5. These are fantastic!! LOVE your colors. Are they very hard to make??

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  6. All your bowls are gorgeous! I made some years ago and the design of the fabrics is always a fun surprise when you use several scraps.

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  7. I do hope your beautiful fabric coil bowls are selling well. I of course am partial to the blue batiks from your quilt. Very stunning dear...

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  8. Beautiful. I remember when you posted about one of these made without the fabric. Is the fabric wrapped around the clothesline first or is that done all in one shot as you sew the bowl? The colours are all very nice, but I like the oval one just because it's slightly different. (I'm envisioning these to be big enough to be bread baskets at the dinner table... am I over-estimating their actual size?)

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  9. Love these, I have been making some myself. Right now I am working on a large one. I have wrapped 3 clothe lines so far. Scraps are being used up!

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    1. Oh I would love to see your creations. Since you are a no-reply I have no email to email you directly. I do hope you return here to read this. You can contact me using the contact form on my blog if you want a reply from me in the future.

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  10. I love them all but the batiks are my favorites, great job, and these bowls are so handy.
    tara

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  11. So colorful and lively! And useful too. I particularly like the one made with your patriotic fabric. Maybe because I liked your banner so much... :-)

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  12. Great way to use up scraps - but here in the UK, think it's only practical for indoor clotheslines! We're getting so much rain here that the whole island is in danger of sinking beneath the Atlantic Ocean - or so it seems!

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    1. Isobel please send your rain to us here in New Mexico, USA! We are a high desert climate and even with El Nino, we have only had one decent snow and just a few drizzles of rain. We have had a drought for too many years. I lived in Washington state about 18 years ago and it rained a lot there all the time, so I do know how you feel with so much rain and gray skies. I only could hang my clothes outside to dry in Washington during the summer months. You are a no-reply Isobel, so I couldn't email you directly.

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  13. Daryl, these are so beautiful! How long did it take you to make all of them?? These are still on my "to do" list!

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