SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2021
1:00-3:00PM PT / 4:00-6:00PM ET
Instructor: Susan Beal
Rope bowls are a no-waste project, simply using cotton clothesline, thread, and small fabric scraps from other sewing or quilting. One inexpensive skein of cotton clotheslines is enough to make three small or medium bowls. They are useful and beautiful, and very beginner-friendly.
Learn to make your own rope bowls in the sizes and accent colors you choose, creating a style all your own. This simple project is very customizable and makes a wonderful gift. You can embellish the bowls with symmetrical, intuitive fabric placement, or dip-dye your rope to create a colorful randomized effect as the bowl grows in size. Fabric paint or other embellishments add vibrancy to an everyday favorite!
Supply List Available HERE.
$25 / per individual (Equity Scholarships Available – CLICK HERE)
Susan Beal is a craft writer and teacher in Portland, Oregon and the author of 9 books. She designs quilts, jewelry, and sewing projects, and has taught for creativebug, Interweave, CreativeLive, Brooklyn Craft Company, Maker Faire, NW Quilting Expo, Pendleton Woolen Mills, and Coats & Clark. She’s also the programs coordinator for Portland Modern Quilt Guild.