Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The Oval Basket Pattern

It's never too early to get ready for a 4th of July picnic or barbecue!
The Oval Basket makes a perfect accessory for holding all those plates, napkins, and utensils.
The instructions are over on the ThermOWeb blog today...check it out HERE!



Ironing on the Deco Foil is so easy and adds some sparkle to any paper or fabric project.




I'm ready for picnic and barbecue weather...are you?


You can download a PDF pattern at my Craftsy store HERE.

12 comments:

  1. Very cute and will be nice for the upcoming holidays.

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  2. What a great complement to any picnic. Great idea for using the oval basket..

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  3. A great basket! I love seeing it all loaded up with all those great red, white and blue picnic supplies. I'm sure my invitation will be in the mail. LoL

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  4. Oh this makes me think summer! Really cute Carol...I love seeing the two sizes of cups but the little ones always want the big cups, don't they?!

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  5. Such a cute basket. The thought makes me warm all over.

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  6. That's a wonderful basket Carol and thanks for the pattern. I just finished a patriotic table runner for my sister and this would be great to go along with it. What program do you use for writing your patterns?

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  7. Pretty clever, Carol! But that doesn't surprise me one bit! XO

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  8. Perfect basket for the 4th of July ! Thanks for sharing the pattern

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  9. I'm going to make one of these for my patio! I LOVE it! Great idea and I love the picture!!!

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  10. You continue to inspire and take me to places I'd not thought of. The foil looks great. May have to start thinking about outdoor life and this basket. Thx.

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  11. I adore your July 4th oval picnic basket and Thnak You sew very much for sharing your pattern and tutorial...for Free. Bless the Red, White and Blue...and YOU!

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  12. What a fun summer picnic basket! Thanks so much for the pattern to make it.

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