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Friday, April 21, 2006

Directions to Make a Cloth Basket

Read these directions all the way through before beginning. If you're not sure you understand, practice first with some scrap fabric. You can email if you have a question. Let me know how you do and send me a picture of your completed project. Note: I would recommend a heavier weight fabric. The fabric I used was remnant, drapery or upholstery fabric.
Each tie is about 10" long.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the directions. I'm working on a shawl for my shawl ministry project, but will definitely try to make some of these for our church fair.

Thanks, Wylie

3:51 PM  

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