It all began innocent enough. I wanted to sew a functional Easter Basket. That was all. Here is the one For the Boys. And a Set for Sisters. The Easter projects were completed long ago, but I keep sewing these wonderful baskets!
Here's how the back looks.
This Divided Basket Pattern from Anna @ Noodlehead is my newest sewing addiction! I love it!
these are such cute little baskets.ReplyDelete
I was just telling The Honey (husband) that I'm having such fun learning how to sew and stretching my imagination and creativity with sewing!
...addicted to sewing also, Pat
These are wonderful! I need to lose my fear of the sewing machine and try to make some goodies for my house.ReplyDelete
Those are so awesome!ReplyDelete
Ahhhhh..I just heard Damien growl from his cabinet in the craft room. I can think of about 10 uses for a divided basket right off the top of my head. Yours is sure cute with it's brightly colored fabric!ReplyDelete
I can easily understand how this basket could keep you stitching. Sometimes I find a great pattern and just keep using it over and over.
This is a dress that I've sewn over and over. I think I've got four now and another in the cutting out stage!
Blessings from Harvest Lane Cottage,
What a handy bag! Very cute.ReplyDelete
Super cute baskets! Love the fabrics that you used!ReplyDelete
Have a nice week!
Hugs from Portugal,
Ana Love Craft
These are adorable and functional as well ! Love the cheerful colors! :)ReplyDelete
Very cute. Love the fabric you used. I came over from sunny simple.ReplyDelete
I wish I could sew-- but just like I cannot draw a straight line, I cannot sew a straight line either, no matter how much practice I put into it!ReplyDelete
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