Fabric Baskets class ( March 14th 10am-1pm at St Annes in the daytime and March 25th 7.30-10pm at Buckland Village Hall in the evening). It's been a bit of a fabric basket factory at my house for the last few weeks working through my pattern and trying out a whole lot of different interfacing to make my baskets the right combination of bendy but rigid.
Interfacing is one of those areas that baffles lots of people - and its not surprising why. It's strangely labelled, the different brands don't use the same language to describe their products, its just not consumer friendly. The good news is that I think I've found the perfect consistency in a product that's also easy to work with. I'm excited about this class, it's my favourite combination of a really practical sewing project, but at the same time it's a fab fun use of some of those long horded fabrics in your stash.
In the bathroom for spare toiletries etc
Humm, is it possible I still don't have enough baskets for all of these planned uses? I think I may have to run up a few more of these before school pickup time!