Monday, April 5, 2021

Round Little Fabric Basket (or Bowl)

For my first project to share with you using Crafter's Edge die cuts and the Crossover 2 die cut machine, I thought I would make something small and useful. So I chose to make a round basket or bowl, whatever you want to call it.

I chose the 1.5" strip die cut and gathered up some batik scraps to cut. I also used the 6.5" circle for the bottom of the bowl and the bottom lining too. So I got to use 2 die cuts in this small project. 

It was easy to sew this together and I used a foam stabilizer to help the basket to keep its shape.

This basket/bowl measures 2.75" tall x 6" across the top or bottom x 19.25" around. 

This is a perfect place to keep my colorful clips while I am sewing.






The bottom of the basket/bowl.



I hope you like my first project using the Crafter's Edge Crossover 2 die cut machine and dies. I know I enjoyed making this and look forward to making many more projects using more die cuts.

Come back in May to see the next project that I create using Crafter's Edge dies.
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9 comments:

  1. Your bowls are terrific! It so exciting to see everyone’s makes. I definitely need to make some of these soon.

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    1. Thanks so much! Did you know you are a no-reply? I couldn't email you back, so I hope you come back to see I did respond to you. I am looking forward to everyone's makes too that is on the Design team.

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    2. Cute project! I let Julia know she is a no reply blogger.

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    3. I think I changed my no reply settings. I didn’t realize I was no-reply!

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  2. Well, I never saw this post, so I'm trying again. Daryl, just delete it if I already posted - or edit this first comment out!!! I just wanted to let you know that your project is so cute and very useful!! I'm so looking forward to getting my goodies to play with...hopefully this week!

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  3. how cute is that, I'm glad you are enjoying your new quilting tools. very practical as well. love the batik.
    Tara

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  4. Your project looks fantastic. I think I need some of these bowls around my sewing room too :)

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  5. Such a cute project, I am looking forward to seeing what else you come up with each month.

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  6. What a cute bowl and clever first project, as well as a great way to use scraps! I don't have my machine or dies yet, so I am rethinking my April project--probably making something smaller than a wall hanging.

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