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Memory T-Shirt Fabric bowl


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What better way to put those well-loved, but no longer worn, t-shirts to good use! This downloadable pdf pattern contains complete written instructions with photo illustrations as well as full-size patterns for 2 sizes finished fabric bowls. The finished bowl is perfect to use for any snack food (just don't use for greasy food). It also makes a great organizer for other favorites. Easy and fun to sew, this makes a great graduation, Mother's or Father's Day, special birthday, or first apartment gift. Materials required are your favorite t-shirts(3 - 12), heavyweight interfacing, and machine embroidery thread(material details included in pattern, You can also embellish with decorative stitching, trim, beads, etc. to give your own special touch. Happy sewing and Gift giving BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use zig-zag stitch on sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 13" wide x 7 1/2 " high 15" wide by 9" high

Supplies Needed

  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors
  • Posterboard or template plastic

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I have always loved beautiful fabric and interesting shapes. For the last several years I have been creating original design purses, scarves, and fabric bowls using fabric that is fun as well as functional. This has allowed me to combine my passion for sewing with an appreciation of artistic influences from around the world. My most recent venture has been repurposing vintage crochet pieces and antique handkerchiefs or well-loved jeans or t-shirts into individually designed bowls, baskets, or mirrors. Born in New Jersey, I worked for several international companies in the New York area, traveling extensively in Latin America. In 1988 my husband and I moved to Pittsburgh where we raised two daughters, and I volunteered in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.