Aunt Carol’s Kitchen Bowl Cozy

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The weather here in the midwest is beginning to get crisp – that means it’s soup season! Yay for homemade comfort food and the wonder of the crockpot. That leaves us more time for quilting! Some projects will always be the classics – coasters and cozy’s, fun to make and great for gifts. I named mine Aunt Carol’s Kitchen because the colors bring back vivid memories of family time and the holidays. The rust, gold and avocado green were present in her kitchen. Ah it was the 70’s. If you didn’t jump on the bowl cozy train on its first few trips around, join me for a fun tutorial and a new pre-cut product that can make this a really quick project. Click here to download the free pattern!

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16 Responses to “Aunt Carol’s Kitchen Bowl Cozy”

  1. Maureen Doucette-Currie

    From
    Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Love the curved corners

    Loved the curved corners. From Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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  2. Nancy Miller

    Your pretty coffee cup that was making your machine turn on, is blocking some of the view of your demonstration. I love this revisited idea. Somehow I never saw it and I have oodles of small pieces from my mom’s stash. I am thinking of making for my family and sewing my self out of these treasures.

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  3. Kathryn

    I would like to make a bigger bowl what would the measurements be for the darts great video

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  4. Deni Thompson

    Thanks for sharing this. I’m new to quilting and I was given a couple of these and I love them. I’d love to learn how to make them.

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