I love perusing Etsy listings, I especially like to make my searches vague to see what I come up with. I stumbled on a shop called Pieceful Design and I bought a few items on my first visit. When I received my purchases I liked them so much I went back and bought some more.
The woman who the shop belongs to is Jennifer Brown and her profile says:
A former teacher, I'm now trying to make a go of it as a fiber artist. Translation: I'm trying to find something to do to keep me sane while being at home with my kids. What can I say? Fabric makes me happy. Selling things made from fabric makes me ecstatic!She makes bowls, baskets, er .. fabric bowls. She calls them both. I was looking for (aha I just remembered how I found her!) a basket to put in my bathroom to hold all the handmade lotions and scrubs and yummy goodies I had already bought on Etsy. I think I bought 3 bowls the first time and one is in my bathroom while I used the other 2 for sorting my mosaics while working on my table.
Now that I have a total of 7 of these baskets in various sizes, I am still just as happy with them as the day the first one arrived on my doorstep. As soon as I receive them (cough *may have been shopping again* cough) I plan on putting some vintage hankies in one along with some beautiful lavender sachets (I am also waiting for..cough), I think they will look wonderful together!
Anyway, I love these fabric bowls and thought I would share but I'm going to stop now before I tell you everything else I've shopped for without the Ambien excuse. At least now I'm being more careful, Jennifer's bowls are very reasonably priced!
**Added - just found some more of Jennifer's profile - this is my kind of gal, too funny!
For international shipping (other than Canada), please convo with me and we'll figure out the appropriate shipping charges together. I have to admit, it scares me a bit-- but then, again, so do cupcakes..