Stackables Fabric Bowls sewing pattern (3 sizes)

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Stackables Fabric Bowls sewing pattern (3 sizes)

These fabric bowls are quick and easy to sew and do not require a lot of fabric, making them scrap-friendly and fat quarter friendly. They are perfect for bazaars, craft fairs, or that last-minute gift.

Fill them with chocolates, candies, or sewing items. These are ideal for changing up your decor for the seasons of the year, or for the holidays. They look amazing in Christmas fabrics, would brighten up your room in Spring colors for Easter, and can make great trays for spooky treats in a Halloween fabric. Sew a set and present to a new mom filled with goodies for her and the baby. This pattern is so versatile.

Be warned you won’t be able to make just one…they are addictive!!

They can be made out of faux leather, quilting cotton, or home decorator fabrics.

Skill level:
Beginner pattern

Finished Sizes:
– Small: 4 1/2″ wide by 1 1/2″ high.
– Medium: 6″ wide by 2“ high.
– Large: 7 1/2″ wide by 2 1/2“ high.

Materials needed: For all 3 Bowls
• One fat quarter of exterior fabric,
• One fat quarter of lining fabric,
• 1/3 yard medium-heavy weight fusible interfacing,
• 1/3 yard of foam stabilizer (Soft & Stable) or Pellon #70,
• 2 yards of 1/4“ wide double fold Bias Tape ( or 1/2“ wide single fold Bias Tape).

Check out our RESOURCES PAGE full of great recommendations and links for fabric stores and suppliers, interfacing and stabilizers, hardware resources, and zippers.

Just look at this pretty set that have been finished off with lace around the top. Ideal for holding bits and pieces on your vanity or bathroom counter.

The pattern:
This is a PDF pattern: eight pages of step-by-step instructions with color photos and ten pages of full-size pattern pieces for all three sizes.

The designer has also included a small tutorial on how to attach the binding to the bowls without hand or machine sewing.

If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.

And if you would like to see other bag sewing patterns from this designer then you can click on the red button below.

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