- Fabric Scraps
- Fusible Web
- Fabric Stiffener
- Machine Embroidery (optional)
I then arranged them roughly into a square pattern of approx 10x10 cm. I tried to make sure that the different fabrics were spread out, but not in a pattern as I didn't want a 'symmetrical' look.
I then repeated the process by laying out fabric scraps on the reverse of this 'new' piece of fabric so that the wrong sides of the fabric were together, then ironed again to fuse.
Now that I had my new piece of double sided fabric, it was time to make it into a bowl! For this I used fabric stiffener and painted it on both sides of the fabric. This was then moulded into shape over a jam jar and left to dry overnight.
The great thing about this project is that it uses up those fabric scraps and doesn't matter if they're not all the same shape or size! I'm now going to sort the rest of my scraps and make more in different shades!