InstructionsGoing through my stash I found some really simple, natural cotton, that I had picked up at Ikea ($1.99/metre) and knew this was perfect. All I did was fold the material in half, cut out three different size squares (about 16”x16”, 12”x12”, and 7”x7”), sew the squares right sides together with a simple 1/2" seam, then fold over the open top twice 1” and stitch at the bottom of the fold to create a ...
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Type of item: Functional
Cotton fabric, twill sewing tape.
What was your inspiration?
My inspiration came from a post on Design*Sponge and I just loved them, so decided to make my own version (only because I couldn't find a good excuse to buy the things they used to make theirs!).
What are you most proud of?
I love the stitching around the edges - this not only looks cute, but also prevents the open seams from fraying like mad when they are washed.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Don't get too stressed - these can be just about any size and they will work at the farmer's market - even if it just holds a piece of garlic!