Great basket Marsha - and what serendipity to find a great coordinating fabric for your stash fabric- looks like you bought them together!
I love it and your fabric choices. What interfacings do you prefer for baskets?
The designer recommended a very specific interfacing SF101 or Pellon 808 and a fleece Pellon 987F BUT I did not have either. Since I don't live near a quilt shop I couldn't get them right away so I did what I always do, used what I had on hand.
I used a heavyweight Pellon bought at WalMart (no idea what # it is) and I used Warm&Natural instead of the Fleece which I didn't have on hand. I spray basted both to the exterior fabric.
Thank you both Mymble and Astitchaday
Gorgeous. I love this little basket.
Super cute. Did you find it difficult to do?
Definitely not! I expected it to be but her directions and photos were very easy to follow. I plan to make more of them.
I bought this pattern on your recommendation and I am in the middle of making one for a swap (not the one on TB) ANYWAY.. I love Anna Graham's patterns. They are very easy to follow. I print out the pattern pieces, cut and glue them to manila folders. and I have templates. This has worked for me for other patterns and I can save them for future projects. But I like the freezer paper idea. I always forget about that! I will post pictures of it when I am done.
Super! I'm sure you will find it easy to do. I look forward to seeing your version. I don't have a printer here with me this summer so I couldn't print out a bunch of copies. I had my daughter make one and that one I will keep whole and use the FP for actual creating the bag. Your manila folder idea is a good one as well.