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Cute Fabric Bowl

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Sometimes I run across something that just strikes my fancy, and I have to try making it.  Such was the case with this cute little gathered fabric bowl.  I found the tutorial on a blog called A Spoonful of Sugar, and you can get the full tutorial HERE.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

Lisa and Sarah show their version with fusible web between the layers, but I decided to do a quilted one. So I cut the circles with batting.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

I made a quilt sandwich and did a simple grid quilting.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

Used the basting stitch as they instruct.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

The binding is cut to the exact length, and made into a circle.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

The tutorial has the binding stitched to the outside, but I stitched mine to the inside to make it easier to hand whip on the outside.  However, their bowl is reversible with different fabrics inside and out, so you could just turn it inside out to finish.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

Cute, isn’t it? Just the right size for those little scissors.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

Are you crazy for my scissors print?

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

Well, you can have some, it is listed in my Etsy store just click on that to buy a yard.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

This is the smaller size, great for bobbins.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

There are several sizes given on the tutorial, so hop on over to A Spoonful of Sugar see the full instructions with sizes.

Scissor Fabric Bowl ~ From My Carolina Home

I’ll be making a few more of these for the sewing room. They would be great for thread catchers too.  Next time I’ll do it their way with the fusible and two prints.

What are you sewing now?

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Author: Carole @ From My Carolina Home

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13 thoughts on “Cute Fabric Bowl

  1. ADORABLE! I have such cute material to make this with! Very useful and great for a rainy day! Thanks for sharing this!

  2. love the scissor fabric!! Wonder what would happen if you used the soft and stable by Annies or the Bosal In-r – form PLUS (with fusible) or the Pellon FF79F2 Flex-Foam™ 2-Sided Fusible ? Your bowl might stand up a little “taller” with the structure that the foam products provide. Of course, I have those “small pieces” of batting from our off-cuts that I save for these kind of projects too!

  3. That is really cute fabric 🙂 I have some money fabric leftover from a Halloween costume I made for my grandson that would make a cute bowl like that. 🙂

  4. Hi girl! busy moving into new house! we already have plans for the future long arm space, good Lord willin’ etc etc. Will be all moved in weekend of the 30th. My baby quilt still sitting on my machine, one last sashing to finish up and to piece the backing. Painter starting tomorrow on my basement space, doing a sunny lemon yellow to brighten it all up. Cream now, but needs paint, and pale yellow is neutral enough for my burgundy and navy americana stuff…. I will be recovering dining room chairs to suit son and daughter in law who will have the upstairs space, and perhaps curtains, although right now there are good blinds on all the windows that need it, so not urgent. I am going to do a design wall and a project board, because I have a queue of stuff waiting, and need to prioritize! Meanwhile, going through all my craft magazines and looking for a shelter or someplace to donate them. So am I sewing right now? not really, but catch me this time next month!
    sharon in Colorado

  5. Oh I love your bowl and that scissor fabric too-most of the fabric bowls I have seen I don’t really care for-but liking this one-enjoy

  6. That is a cute fabric bowl.
    It would also make an adorable hat for a baby I know 😛
    I am going to do that.
    Thanks Carole. Have a great day

  7. Good Morning Carole! It has been quite awhile since I have made any fabric bowls; but they are always a lot of fun. I adore yours! Plus, you are so right in that there are so many uses for them. They also make great gifts. So thank you for sharing the link for the tutorial, tutes are fun and great to try new ones. I forgot to mention,
    I did make a post about the Scrap Dance Step 4 on my blog the other day, but my link did not work properly. Hubby and I are still trying to learn all the new “kinks”. LOL. I absolutely love the way the first set of blocks are turning out! Deanna and I are seriously discussing the option of making another quilt. For now though, I have a quite a few quilts that have to be finished before any other projects can be started! LOL.
    I hope that you have a fantastic creative day making fabric bowls. I am making a Project Linus quilt today.

  8. I do love that material. I have been away from sewing and into more knitting for quite a while now and this post made me realize how much I missed it. I have a feeling I may be trying something new soon. Thanks for getting me interested again.

  9. This is very cute indeed especially with that fabric! 🙂

  10. What a cute little fabric bowl! Sewing is not a talent I possess, unfortunately….but I admire those of you who can take a snippet of fabric and turn it into something fabulous!

  11. That’s fabulous, especially for a scissors container – how cute!

  12. Cute Carole! Love the scissors fabric!!
    Jenna

  13. I like it, and very adaptable. If it were a little deeper maybe it could be attached to a pincushion for a thread catcher at the sewing machine. Very useful. Thank you for sharing.

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