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Uneasy is the head that wears the crown... this bowl is a little small to be a truly resplendent crown but the side panels did make me think of a medieval king.

This project is probably the best of the collection if you have larger scale prints in your stash that you have been itching to use, it is the perfect opportunity to fussy cut and create a little drama in your new sewing project. That being said the side panels are not so large that a plain or low volume print would look out of place...
One thing that I do love about this project is that the faceted base panels give you a great opportunity to use different fabrics, in the mustard / navy version the base was a complimentary darker shade of blue, the alternative version uses two fabrics for the exterior and a smashing contrast for the lining.

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. Its deeper design makes it less useful for keeping jewelry in but perfect for keeping your hair scrunchies all in the one place!

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

TECH SPECS
FINISHED SIZE: 4" Wide x 4" Long x 3" High.

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

From your stash you will need;
• 3 x Contrasting fat ⅛’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.

The Crown

SKU: C&A007
$10.00Price
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