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Pat Sloan

the red polka dot is a very old fabric I got on a sale rack while teaching.. it was a Hoffman I think.. but you can find a red dot somewhere!... pat sloan

Sandi A.

I love those little baskets! Ayumi at Pink Penquin gave me permission to share her tutorial at my retreat last weekend and everyone thought it was such a sweet gift basket. I made one in fall fabrics and now I'm getting ready to do one in Christmas prints, then it's a racing themed one for my grandson. Stephanie is right - they're addicting!! :-)


You're right Pat, everyone is making those baskets. I have the BUTT girls kit I got from you but I need some of that POLKA DOT fabric....how can I get some? If you know which line, maybe I can find it online???
Peggy in NJ

Carrie P.

Cute fabric. I have made several myself. Great thread catcher.


Love the Fabric-BUTT GALS...Of couse the basket is too COOL. another project for the list!

kathi pinkston

I'm in love with the little baskets AND the fabric. Do you mind telling me the fabric name so I can be just like you?



CUTE.......I have that fabric and am earmarking it to make a tote bag, but I might have enough left over to do a little fabric basket, too.


Beware: those little baskets are addicting. LOVE the fruit butt gals.

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