Fabric Bowls Are Beautiful Around the House

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Instructions Are Provided for Three Sizes!

Batik fabrics and batting were used to make these lovely bowls. Besides being gorgeous, they’re useful all around the house. They’re perfect for storing supplies in the kitchen, bedroom, office, sewing room and more.

These beautiful creations can be made in any fabric and color combination that appeals to you, whether prints or solids. Buttons add a charming finishing touch.

Camden Bowls

The bowls are made from fabric wrapped around strips of batting then zig zag stitched together. A stiff double-sided fusible interfacing, Peltex 72F, is used for the bottoms.

Camden Bowls

The pattern, by Carol McLeod, includes instructions for bowls in three sizes:

  • 9″ x 6″
  • 11″ x 7″
  • 13″ x 9″

Click here to purchase the “Camden Bowls” pattern.





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