Button Bowl and Tray

Joann Button Bowl and Tray

For me the tutorial for button bowl and tray is mostly about the button tray: I like it! :)
It is made in the same way than the other already presented button bowls ;-)

 


Links:
The original site doesn’t exist any more and is now only available through webarchive: Button Bowl and Tray (Home D├ęcor Button Bowl and Tray)

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Entries containing the word ‘button bowl’

Magazine Rolls Bowl

pinterest Magazine Rolls Bowl

This magazine rolls bowl is a mix of the here already presented button bowl and the paper trash can: you use the paper rolls as for the paper trash can and glue them together over a balloon as for the button bowl ;-)

 


Links:
Magazine Rolls Bowl (Magazine paper rolled up and glued to a balloon. Burst balloon after drying.)
I didn’t find the original link.

Here at unikatissima:
Button Bowl
Paper Trash Can

Knit and Felt a Knot Bracelet

resurrection fern Knit-Felted Bangle Bracelet

These knit-felted knot bracelets are cute, aren’t they?

I think that you can surely make them with filled I-cords, too, then they are more firm (only take care about what happens to the filling when felting with hot water!). In principle it’s what Sue suggested in her comment.

Or the whole thing may be even possible with a buttoned I-cord bracelet, where the original was made with beads. When using glass buttons or glass beads it should be no problem to felt it (but I haven’t tried it yet).

Possibly you can even use filled and felted I-cords to make a fabric bowl from?!

And when you felt some of the cords of the cute spaghetti scrap scarf it surely looks great, too.

Oof, soo many ideas ;-))


Links:
This Is Knot a Bracelet : A Tutorial to Knit and Felt a Bangle Bracelet

Here at unikatissima:
Actinia – here I put my own instruction on how to make an I-cord in the PDF file
Clothesline Knitting or Filled I-cord
Buttoned I-cord Bracelet
Clothesline Sewing – A Fabric Bowl
Spaghetti Scrap Scarf
Sues comment