- Detailed Step-by-step Instructions with Photos
- Full-sized Templates
- Imperial/US Measurements
- Complete Materials List
With this pattern you can make:
- Set of 4 nesting Mixing Bowls (4 1/2", 5 1/2", 6 1//2" and 7 1/2" diameters)
- Set of 5 nesting Measuring Cups (2", 2 1/4", 2 1/2",2 3/4" and 3" diameters)
- Set of 5 nesting Measuring Spoons (2 3/4", 3", 3 1/4", 3 1/2"and 3 3/4")
Instead of loaning your measuring cups and spoons and a bowl or two to your little chef, why not make them some of their own? This set of mixing bowls, measuring cups and measuring spoons is fun and easy to make and will be the perfect addition to your child's pretend kitchen.
You will receive a PDF pattern only, not the finished items. The 15 page booklet includes full-scale pattern templates--NO ENLARGING NECESSARY, cutting layouts, easy to follow step-by-step instructions with lots of full color photos and a complete materials list so that if you'd like, you can make the set exactly as shown. It would be equally adorable in pastels or in a color scheme to match your child's kitchen!
All items are designed to be entirely hand sewn and the project is suitable for intermediate or confident beginning sewists. One-on-one assistance is always available if you have questions about any part of the process.
I use wool blend felt for all of my designs and I highly recommend it. Acrylic felt works equally well and is readily found in craft and fabric stores--wool blend is just my personal choice. If you have difficulty sourcing any of the materials--I realize some US sewing terms may be unfamiliar to non-US sewists--please email me for recommendations or clarification.
This pattern is copyright protected and may not be copied, redistributed or resold. I encourage you to use this pattern to create items for sale and it would be great if you would credit me as the designer and link back to this page. Items may not be mass produced.
This item requires a PDF viewer and prints best on 8 1/2 X 11 letter paper but every effort has been made to assure it prints equally well on A4 paper.
Please contact me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions--I'm here to help you succeed!