Fabric Bowl Workshop

At the February meeting we talked about starting some new free workshops for GMQ members and we have finalized the details on the first one!  Sima has agreed to teach us how to make the stylish fabric bowls she showed us at the meeting!  THANK YOU, SIMA!

Here are the details…. please READ CAREFULLY and bring all the supplies listed. 

Fabric Bowl Workshop



Date: Sunday, March 13, 2011 
Time: 1:00- 4:00pm
Location: Alachua County Library- Headquarters (Downtown Branch)
                 Meeting Room A
                 401 East University Avenue
                 Gainesville, FL 32601

                 (352) 334-3900

What to bring:

1.  Sewing machine that sews straight and zigzag stitches.
2.  Cotton thread.
3.  1/2 yard of fabric(s) cut into 1/2″ strips.  If you want a really large bowl bring more fabric.
4.  Pins.
5.  Non-toxic glue stick (found at $1 store)
6.  1/2″ or 3/8″ wide cotton clothesline (found at Joann’s or Walmart). 
If you plan to attend please post a comment below to let us know so we have a head count. See you then!

13 thoughts on “Fabric Bowl Workshop

  1. Hi,
    I absolutely LOVE these bowls! They are beautiful! Since the date for the tutorial was almost 5 yrs ago and some of us didn't live in your state, not even our country, I saw one who posted from the UK. Could you possibly post or send us the instructions for making these lovely bowls? It would be so appreciated!

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  2. Hi,
    I absolutely LOVE these bowls! They are beautiful! Since the date for the tutorial was almost 5 yrs ago and some of us didn't live in your state, not even our country, I saw one who posted from the UK. Could you possibly post or send us the instructions for making these lovely bowls? It would be so appreciated!

    Like

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