It’s Spoonflower Kitchen Challenge time! We asked our readers to show us what they could do with Spoonflower fabrics, all with a kitchen theme.

Our challengers selected two kitchen/food-themed prints from Spoonflower many (many, many) options. You can upload your own designs to Spoonflower and print fabric, wallpaper or wrapping paper. You can also select from hundreds of prints by other designers. Spoonflower fabrics are available in a variety of base cloths, from Kona cotton and satin to poplin, knit and more.

So far we’ve seen Mary’s Sandwich Wrappers, Alicia’s Kitchen Organizer, Daisy’s Mixer Cover and Trina’s Apron. We have just two more challengers to go, and first up is Sherri Noel from Rebecca Mae Designs.

Sherri made a Bento Lunch Bag, complete with a full tutorial. Sherri writes, “I think selecting the fabrics was almost harder than making the bag! I was deep into the fabric ‘rabbit hole’ at Spoonflower…” Sherri selected her prints in canvas for a sturdier lunch bag.

Sherri is generous with her comprehensive tutorials; you can always find lots of new tutorials to make things like this Flat Iron Case. She also has an iQuilt Modern pattern shop, and hosts a number of Block of the Month and Quilt-Alongs. Hop over to Rebecca Mae Designs for the Bento Lunch Bag tutorial and stay for more!

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