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Here is a cute hand made  cookie basket I sewed as a gift  for my neighbour, to  serve the cookies during this festival season.With the little scrap  of fabric you have, you can sew them in to any size you want. I had a felt piece of 8 1/2 inches in width  so I had to sew according to this measurment. This turned out to be  an ideal size and can  use not only for cookies,but for several other stuffs like bread ,buns etc.

The bottom felt has to be a little bit thicker than the side boarders.I have done scallops for the edges,if you like there is an option to sew beautiful scalloped 1/2 inch  lace around the edges.

I am pretty sure she is going to love this gift.

 
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Step 1: Requirements

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Fabric  of your choice 
Thread to match
Scissors
Top pins
Mesuring tape
Silk thread for embroidery
Sewing Machine
Felt
Baby ribbon
 A4 paper
Pencil
Ruler
Carbon
Glue
Marker pen

Step 3: Cut Fabric

I had a fabric piece of 29"x17" and the width of the brown  felt I had was 8 1/4".That is why I decided to make this size.Any way this is an ideal size for the table.
Fold the fabric in to two the right side facing inwards.Place the template over pin it, and cut the fabric.


Step 4: Tracing

Picture of Tracing
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Place the cut out fabric along with the pinned template over the carbon  right side facing upwads  and  trace out the 8 1/2"x8 1/2" square on to the fabric.Remove the template away and pin both pieces together ,then  trace out the other side of the fabric too.


kaaaazmi1 year ago
My mum did this cookie basket to use for bread .Thank you very much for posting this.I vote for you.
Your next 'ible should be how to make one of these in edible cookie form :)
786Ayesha (author)  bigwhitebear181 year ago
Ohh..If I get the time I will definitely make an edible cookie basket and post it in my husbands profile.I already have an idea in my mind .In the mean time have a look at my edible Advent calender.Thank you for viewing my Ible.
http://www.instructables.com/id/Edible-Advent-Calender/
This is cool.Few of these basket will be nice to serve the festival goodies.Thanks for your great idea.
abdaaq2 years ago
its beautiful.... love the idea...
That is so sweet and pretty...never would have thought of it :-) thanks