Woven Spiral Bowl

Harvest Basket

This month's challenge at 613 Avenue Create is.....
 Any Thing Goes with an Optional Twist of Make a Container!

Come on over and check out
 the Fabulous Creations from the Design Team! 

So here's how this project came about, I was cruising the net
and this popped up on in my email from Pinterest
Love the idea when I saw it....I've added a finishing strip along
 the top with a coordinating fabric

"Finished Woven Spiral Bowl"
7'" wide x 5" tall 

Sewing on the coordinating fabric on the edges

Spiral all together pinned with small binder clips

I checked out a few other places and ended up finding the pattern on Etsy also
The pattern is very easy to read and it has the spiral pattern included 
that you need to trace on freezer paper and cut out

You will need double sided fusible interfacing (I used Pellon heavy weight)
2 coordinating Fabric's
Freezer paper or Teflon ironing sheet (which I used)
Binder Clips, Needle & Thread....oh and sewing machine to do
the zigzag stitch around the spirals edges
For my finishing strip I cut a 2 inch strip and hemmed both edges 
Optional ~ Buttons

LOL I have to tell you this one is Husband Approved!!

Here's the Video to show you how it's done!

Sharing with:
Love to Create #8 ~ ATG Mixed Media Creations
Creative Artiste #52 ~ ATG Mixed Media


  1. This is beautiful, Shell! Thanks for the tutorial. I hope I have a chance to try this.

  2. work of Art ! Thank you for the tutorial x kraftyjean

  3. Wow amazing! Great tutorial too!
    Thank you for joining us this month at We Love 2 Create With Polkadoodles! Jane (DT) xxx

  4. WOW fabulous bowl and great tutorial
    carol x

  5. Great realisation and thanks for the tutorial. Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Artiste Mixed Media challenge!

  6. I am in awe! Great bowl. Jackie, teamie xx

  7. Ooooh! I am going to try this. Thanks for the tutorial and thanks for joining us at Creative Artiste Mixed Media monthly challenge.

  8. Shell -what a fabulous idea! Verrry creative! and a very well done tutorial is always welcome!


Thanks for your wonderful comments as I love hearing from you! Shell♥

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