Monday, April 7, 2014

My Easter parade basket


My shabby version of an Easter basket.
Check it out and let me know if you enjoy it.
I really love to hear from friends but rarely do, all alone out here in the Pacific.
So don't forget I am still in the US though far from the mainstream
happy sewing and happy Easter
with some eggs

shabby but fun

13 comments:

Jean Berryessa said...

Very sweet, wonderful Easter Basket.

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh Lilla I'm sure many a child (even an adult) would love to be on the receiving end of such a beautiful creation!
I'll go and look at your video!
Hugs dear friend,
Suzy

Beate said...

Very beautiful Lilla. Love your new project. It's so easy to made and I will try it.
Thank you so much for this idea.
HUgs Beate

janet lomajan said...

I watched your video last night. I love it! Such a cute way to use scraps and make something beautiful! Thanks for sharing this project! Janet

Shirley said...

Thanks for another great project. I will be making some today.

Wendy said...

I absolutely love your shabby Easter basket Lilla...it is so very cute and sweet all in one...I think the shabbiness of it could be used all year long with little bits and bobs resting inside...

Createology said...

Miss Lilla your Easter basket is lovely. I have recently fallen in love with little fabric baskets and you have added a fun whimsical feel to yours and I adore it. Happy Easter Dear...

ANNE said...

Lilla, I have made your parade basket (I do very many coiled baskets!) I have cut around, it's finished now; BUT I don't understand if I must wash and dryer machine now for ragged result...........
Please can you answer for me? A little quick before easter is in some days...
your blog is in my favorites and I live in a country (Perigord) SW of France where the "brocantes" are famous!!!
Regards
Anne
http://quilt007.free.fr

ANNE said...

PS
I have given your link one day in my blog and when I shall do show my easter basket (not soon beacause I was absent and so in late) I shall give again your link!
Thanks!
Kind regards
Anne from France
http://quilt007.free.fr
www.flickr/photos/artisanne_textile

Lilla Le Vine said...

Hi Anne,
you wash and dry the basket after clipping edges
Do that flat before tying corners.
thanks for trying my ideas

You can just wash it and leave outside to dry, I did that
Lilla

ANNE said...

Thanks Lilla, I shall do like you, but do you know that le basket is beautiful without clip and wash, I have tried it............I have taken a photo...........

Lilla Le Vine said...

Anne would you link me to your photo?
Merci
Lilla

ANNE said...

Yes, I do!! but I don't find your email address!
Do you know? My basket is about Paris..............
If you want to send your postal address also, one day, I can send you something from France...
Mine is
agailhbaud@yahoo.com
Kind regards!