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Here is the little fleece basket and another little basket I made using some quilted fabric (cheater). With the fabric I ironed on some polyester batting (iron-on type of batting) and then made the rest of the basket the same way. It's very much stiffer than the little fleece basket. I think a handle added to this would make a really nice small Easter basket. Anyone, feel free to add on to this in any way. Show me pictures of what you do!! What a wonderful community this is!

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7 comments:

  1. okay - help! how come i can't add you to my favorites and my google reader is saying your blog doesn't exist anymore? can you email me?????

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  2. That is so cute. Glad you can use some of the ideas that my readers left about the Ball jars. Bloggers are the best.

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  3. SOOOO CUTE. what will you do with it? Laurie

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  4. Laurie, That's so funny because my mother would say the same thing. She is so practical. Well, I have put some of my granddaughter's things like crayons in one of them and then I just posted a new picture with candy in another one I made. Depending on what you buy as far as fleece. I have some heart fleece and I'm going to make some for the little kids in the family for Valentine's Day. Leanne at The Stitching Room http://thestitchingroom.blogspot.com uses something similar for a thread holder. Thanks for visiting, girls. I love this.

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  5. Teresa - yes, bloggers are the best. Our type of bloggers - crafty sewer bloggers. Ha ha

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  6. Terri - I'm working on it!!! This stuff is HARD! Thank you for your input. I hope changing it back to "two" is going to make it right and not make it worse. I think we will find out. :)

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  7. This is so cute! Thanks for the little tutorial! I'd love to make a bunch of these for little gifts! :0)

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