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Veggie Bowl Cover

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Materials
  • The amount of fabric and elastic will depend upon the size bowl being covered.
  • 1 veggie print fabric
  • 1 lining fabric
  • 1 white fabric for embroidery
  • Fusible tricot knit interfacing for white fabric
  • Tearaway stabilizer
  • ¼” elastic
  • Embroider thread colors to coordinate with print fabric
  • Small amount of Heat ‘n Bond

  • Designs used in this project

    Final Product: What You Will Create

    Preface:
    The size of the bowl will determine the amount of each fabric and elastic to purchase. The bowl is measured, the fabric cut and embroidered then it is sewn and elastic inserted in a casing to complete the “Veggie Bowl Cover".


    Step 1:
    Gather the supplies and print the paper template of the embroidery design. Read through the instructions before beginning.

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    Step 2:
    Measure the diameter of the bowl. To this measurement, add 3” on each side for the drop plus ½” for seam allowance. For this bowl a 9” diameter measurement was used plus a 3” drop on each side plus ½” for the seam allowance to equal 15 ½” fabric circle that needs to be cut.

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    Step 3:
    Cut one circle of the veggie fabric and one circle of the lining fabric the diameter determined in Step 2.

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    Step 4:
    Follow the manufacturer’s direction to iron the fusible tricot knit interfacing to the back of the white fabric. Hoop the white fabric with one layer of tearaway stabilizer. Load “Love Your Veggies” embroidery design on the machine. Stitch the design following the color sequence.

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    Step 5:
    After the design has stitched, remove the fabric from the hoop, remove the excess stabilizer and press the fabric well. Create a circle template by quarter folding the design paper template, and measuring and marking 2 ½” from the point around the template. Cut out the circle from the paper and align it to the embroidery, matching centers.

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    Step 6:
    Fuse Heat ‘n Bond to the back of the embroidery following manufacturer’s directions. Cut out the embroidered fabric from the circle template. Remove the paper and center the embroidery on the veggie fabric circle. Press to fuse the two together.

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    Step 7:
    Use a blanket or pin stitch and applique the embroidery to the veggie fabric circle.

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    Step 8:
    With right sides together, place the lining over the veggie fabric circle. Using a short stitch length, sew the two circles together using a ¼” seam allowance.

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    Step 9:
    Pick up the lining only at the center and carefully clip the lining fabric to create a small opening. Turn the fabric to the right side through the opening.

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    Step 10:
    Press the edge of the fabric then sew a stitching line 1” from the edge. This will be the outside stitching line for the casing.

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    Step 11:
    Stitch another line 3/8” to the left side of the first. Make a slit inside the casing in the lining fabric only. Determine the amount of elastic needed by wrapping the elastic around the bowl, stretching it slightly and adding ¼” for overlapping. Use a safety pin to feed the elastic through the casing.

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    Step 12:
    Overlap the ends of the elastic, stitch them together then tuck the ends within the casing. Hand sew the opening closed. Choose a vegetable design from the remaining veggie fabric and press Heat ‘n Bond to the back of the design.

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    Step 13:
    Cut out around the vegetable design, remove the paper from the adhesive and press it over hole in the center of the lining. 

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    Step 14:
    Place the cover over the bowl. When the bowl is filled with food, place plastic cling wrap or aluminum foil over the food and then place the decorative cover over the bowl.

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    Step 15:
    The “Veggie Bowl Cover” will greet hungry guests at your next picnic celebration. 

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    Meet The Author: Ramona Baird
    Ramona is a free-lance educator with many years of experience in the industry. She loves learning about new techniques and styles, and absolutely loves creating new and exciting projects for EmbroideryDesigns.com

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    Reba M Feb 14, 2015
    Looking forward to trying this. It will be great to have some of these ready when summer gets here!Thanks
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