If you’ve ever dreamed about laying out a magnificent breakfast, complete with cereals, spreads and a basket of freshly toasted bread, let this project help you get one step closer to that image! By following along with this step-by-step, you’ll be able to produce an easy bread basket that you can use for a variety of occasions.
This is a very simple project and doesn’t require many materials, so give it a go and make it your own!
You will need:
- Two fat quarters
- Thermal interfacing
- Ribbon or lace
Use a 0.6cm (0.25″) allowance throughout the project.
- Cut two squares – 13.77″ x 13.77″
- Thermal interfacing cut one square – 13.77″ x 13.77″
Adhere the thermal interfacing on to the back of your outer pieces.
Trim the ribbon into eight 2″ strips. Position 2″ in along each corner edge. Sew in place, ensuring the ribbons are facing into the panel.
Place lining fabric panels right sides together and stitch (including ribbon ties). Leave a 2.5″ gap at the base for turning through.
Top stitch, capturing the ‘gap’ to seal the entire cover.
Tie the bows on each corner of the bread basket to finish.
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