Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Therm O Web Sew Along Projects Begins Today


Last week ThermOWeb shared four different blocks for the Spring Sew Along. 
This week there are four free projects you can make with those blocks.
You can make one of the projects or all four…it’s up to you! Once you finish your 
blocks, be sure to post pics of them on Instagram or Facebook with the tag #thermoweb.

Today is my day for the Spring Sew Along and I'm sharing a basket that’s really easy to 
make. Those sweet blocks went together to create a 10″ fabric basket that is perfect for all 
sorts of things. My daughter has a household of all boys, so giving her this basket to store 
diapers gives her a feminine touch to a corner in her room.  It would also be great for holding 
patterns or craft supplies! HeatnBond Fleece Fusible High Loft added just the right amount
 of stability to hold the sides up without being stiff.


Each block is 10" x 10" when finished and I used them for the sides of the basket.


 Be sure to visit Therm O Web Spring Flower Sew Along projects:

March 26 – Carol Swift
March 27 – Kim Lapacek
March 28 – Amy Warner
March 29 – Carla Henton

You can find all the designer's block patterns by clicking on the links below.

Designer Carla Henton from Creatin’ in the Sticks
Pattern found HERE

Designer Kim Lapacek from Persimon Dreams
Pattern found HERE

Designer Amy Warner from Sew Incredibly Crazy
Pattern found HERE

Designer Carol Swift from Just Let Me Quilt
Pattern found HERE

6 comments:

Kathy E. said...

What a perfectly sweet basket tote for storing diapers! In the years ahead, it will be so useful for many other purposes too. Such a great idea to use these blocks, Carol!

Theresa said...

Such a sweet basket. Love the fabrics you picked.

Carol said...

Love your basket, but most of all, I love the fabric you used in those blocks. So pretty! I'd be using a basket like that too!

Vicki in MN said...

Cutest basket I have ever seen!

Needled Mom said...

That is such a great size and so cute for holding diapers. I can think of a million uses for a basket like that.

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Those baskets are fantastic, I love mine. I store books, yarn, art supplies, canvases just to name a few. Your daughter is going to love hers. The blocks are so sweet :)

-Soma