I read about these cute little bowls from one of the blogs I read.
The instructions are here
and I highly recommend giving one or 10 a try!
They were designed to be little thread bowls .
I like the idea and will use it for all kinds of little things!
I used some of the scraps from the recent Christmas stockings but what a cute idea in any fabric!
The pattern calls for hand-stitching but I used a small zig-zag stitch instead and it makes this little project one I can do!
I'm so glad I read about this-thank you for sharing yours, Karen of K's Quilting Korner
; which was a hop from the RSC2015 which is the project from So Scrappy
This is how you find great idea and blog friends!
I put the binding on Tutti-Frutti II and enjoyed it as much as the first one!
wool is a skein now, 240 yards of two-ply. It softened up considerably after washing and even has a slight halo~ I will have to make up some samples for these new-to-me wools I have been spinning!
The huge finish today, the Rainbow Scrap Challenge top is completed!
This is a BIG quilt top-it measures 8' by 10' ! Too big to get in the photo by myself.
Bill will have to get a ladder and hang it up on the design wall for me!
I will not be quilting this until after Christmas; I want to at least start it before year's end.
I chose a blue cloud fabric for the wider fabric to be the sky and a silver for the narrow border to represent a silver lining for this rainbow!
Now to think about the quilting design......