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"The flower is called love-in-idleness. With this flower, Oberon concocts a wicked plan to get the boy. The love potion works by dripping a little sap from the flower on a sleeping person's eyes. When they wake up, they will fall madly in love with the first person they see." ~ A Midsummer's Night's Dream.

This project is perfect if you want to use larger scale / bold geometric prints you may have in your stash. It's larger (compared to other designs) panels are the perfect opportunity to fussy cut and create a little drama in your new sewing project. Low volume prints would still be lovely and would not look out of place. When making this project I opted to use all of the same striped fabric, in hindsight I think using different fabrics may have shown off the panels better, if you want an example look at "The Crown" pattern as I think this type of fabric use would look amazing on this project.

The internal bowl of this design is the same as the exterior bowl, making it a sturdy bowl perfect for keeping markers and other taller stationery items organised. It would also make and ideal desk bin, sewing caddy or as in this house it will most likely his project will be used as a pot cover for one of my husbands beloved indoor plants.

Some experience with EPP recommended, but a dedicated beginner could manage this project.

FINISHED SIZE: 4 ¾" Wide x 5" Deep x 5 ½" High.

In this PDF includes;
• Basic “how to” EPP Instructions, each step is illustrated!
• 50 print at home templates.
• Full assembly instructions.

From your stash you will need;
• 2 x Contrasting fat ¼’s. I used two plains and a print for both versions of this bowl.
• Glue baste eg. Sewline (glue sticks also work in a pinch).
• Needle and sewing thread.
• General sewing supplies.
• Cardstock or office paper and laminator. (125 micron laminating pouches work well, heavier is not advised).


  SVG Files are available to download as a seperate purchase!  


Oberon's Vase

SKU: C&A006
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