SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
- Fat quarter
- Dritz® 1/4" Braided Elastic
- Dritz® Sewing Gauge or ruler
- Fabric marker
- Straight pins
- Safety pin
- Sewing machine
- Place the bowl upside down, on the wrong side of the fabric. Using a sewing gauge or ruler and a fabric marker, mark a ring onto the fabric that is 1" from the edge of the bowl. Repeat, creating another ring that is 3" from the edge of the bowl.
- Cut out the circle created by the 3" ring.
- Fold the cut edge of the circle over 1/4" and press. Then fold the pressed edge over to meet the 1" ring and pin.
- Using a stiletto to help work in the excess fabric, edgestitch the pressed edge, leaving a 1/2" opening to insert the elastic.
- To create the elastic casing and a ruffled edge, stitch a second ring that is 3/8" away from your first stitched line.
- Wrap the elastic around the top of your bowl and cut approximately 1" shorter than the circumference of the bowl.
- Attach a safety pin to the end of the elastic and slide the pin through the 1/2" opening and into the stitched casing. Run the elastic through the casing and back out the opening. Stitch or tie the elastic to finish. Smooth out the gathers and tuck the ends inside the casing. Stitch opening closed if desired.
- NOTE: Due to the handle placement on the mixing bowl, the fabric should be cut to a 12" circle. Draw a 3/4" ring from the edge of the bowl, then fold and press the edge in 1/4”. Fold and pin the pressed edge to the 3/4” ring.
Bowl Bonnet is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iloveyoumomfrommichaela from Bowl Bonnet Excellent, useful and a fun quick project you can get done and feel accomplished
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by tammyinwv from washable bowl covers If you want to make these even more fantastic, before inserting elastic, lay it on a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Shave some bees wax over the top of fabric. Place in the oven to melt. be sure u have enough on to make a good coating that soaks evenly into fabric. Let cookie and insert elastic. Now it creates a more air tight seal aand can be just rinsed off in the sink. If you throw in washer, do so on cold and hang to dry.
Date published: 2016-07-02