FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah Mini Fabric Bowls

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FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah mini fabric bowls

Looking for a quick project for Hanukkah gift giving or for yourself?

These mini fabric bowls are quick and easy to make for all kinds of uses. Measuring about 5″ wide x 1″ high they are a great way to use scraps from your quilting or other sewing projects too.

Use them to store your dreidels or gelt.  Fill them with nuts or candy or whatever your heart desires!

These fun bowls are made with two round pieces of fabric, a round piece of fusible fleece and binding. (Click the button above for more detailed instructions)

Once you get a few under your belt they can be made quite quickly.  I’m thinking of making them for each person at our Hanukkah table this year and filling them with gelt – will be a fun and unusual addition to the table setting!

FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah mini fabric bowls
FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah mini fabric bowls
FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah mini fabric bowls

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2 responses to “FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah Mini Fabric Bowls”

  1. Marlene Snyder Avatar
    Marlene Snyder

    I made the Hanukkah table runner and Hanukkah apron out of your fabric and am a little late but am making the Hanukkah wall hanging and love all of it. Thanks for creating these items. Jewish crafts are far and few between out on the internet, but if wonderful and creative people like you continue to do what you are doing, hopefully there will be more Jewish sewing and crafting available.

    1. Happy Hanukkah! I’m glad you are enjoying them and stay tuned, I believe I’ll have another Hanukkah fabric collection for 2023.

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