Hi everyone! I have two more little fabric baskets to show you today - made from the same tutorial from Pink Penguin that I've used many, many times. I love the size and shape of this basket; we have a few here at the house and they are so handy!
A couple weeks ago, I showed you two I made recently - the one in colonial/early American type fabrics was for my mom and the denim/homespun one was for the owners of the cabin we stayed in on our trip out to see her. Just a little "thank you" -- especially since they had no problem with our pups staying there. I made two others, and they wrap up all the "making them for the trip" projects!
First up was this one:
Pumpkins, acorns, leaves, sunflowers ... a lot of fun Fall fabrics! I wanted to leave something with my mom to give to my sister-in-law. (She and my brother live close to where my mom is, but they weren't home when we visited.). I thought it was adorable!
Next, a variation on a theme:
Sunflowers, crows, birdhouses, lots of garden motifs. I didn't piece the top of the outer part; I just wanted those sunflowers to shine! I gave it to my neighbor as a "thank you" for taking our mail in and watching the house a bit while we were gone. She grows sunflowers, like the good Kansan that she is - and has a veggie garden. She really seemed to like it; I loved giving it to her!
That's a wrap of the "trip" projects! As always, thank you so much for reading!