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I’m so excited about today’s Fat Quarter Friday project. It just may be my most favorite thing I have ever made.See, I have been wanting a wrapping station for like… But all the ones I have wanted are just way too pricey for me. I really should have taken a picture of the stool for you, but truly you should all just go and buy this magazine. I hardly buy magazines these days, but this one is always a must!
I simmered the lids in boiling water and kept everything hot until I was ready for them.
Which means you are going to need 12 pieces the same exact size to make a gift wrapping organizer just like mine. You will want a total of 4 bags with 4 pieces of fabric left over. Measure in 2″ from the edge of your bag on both sides. Just make sure you are sewing the same sized pieces together.
So measure your piece of fabric or use your measurements to determine the amount of fabric needed. The remaining 4 pieces will be cut later to make the smaller bags. You are going to cut your bias tape or ribbons to the length that you want your ties to be. This is where you will want to attach your bias tape. Place folded part of bias tape on top of marks and tack in place. Sew around top while leaving an opening for turning right sides out. Attach all of the bags to the stool and attach your 4 casters to the seat of the stool. Now gather all of your wrapping supplies and start filling those bags. Big Thanks to Flea Market Style for the great idea!
My younger daughter is almost as passionate about them...
so, being the doting mother that I am, and having a bounty of banana peppers, I made a few jars for the girls. I cut the stem ends off my banana peppers and scooped the seeds out, trying my very best to keep the peppers intact so I could then slice them into rings (they like the rings!
I'm sure someone with more finesse and grace than I have could have remained dirt and grime-free while washing a bushel of potatoes, but alas, I am who I am! I trimmed all the bad spots, rotten spots, and cut spots off... After I got a pot full, I drained the water out and gave them another little rinse and refilled the pot with clean water.
I cut them in large dices (maybe an inch to 1-1/2 inches?
So the other day when I was reading my Flea Market Style magazine I saw the most in-genius wrapping paper bin made from an old wooden kitchen stool. So basically their wrapping paper bin was an old kitchen stool turned upside down.
On the bottom of the seat part they added casters so that it could easily roll around.
My stool was a light colored wood that I no longer like so I sprayed it white.
Now here is how you determine how much fabric you are going to need. Measure from right under the seat part to the bottom of the last rung. Now measure the length between the legs at the widest part of the legs. Another way to measure is to lay a piece of fabric down on the table and then lay the stool (on it’s side) on top of that piece of fabric.
I don't know what the dirt is like in your neck of the woods, but in my garden there's mostly beautiful red clay... I wouldn't even let myself in the house with those muddy clothes on!