I posted these just now in Pictures and a few ppl asked for a tute. They're not that hard to make - here's some written instructions and a couple of photos which should be enough to make them. :-D
Instructions for fabric bowls
2 x FQs in coordinating fabrics
A square of wadding the size of your bowl (I used poly as it quilts up stiffer) (12 ½” for eg)
4 x beads or buttons to embellish (optional)
Piecing and quilting thread to match fabric
1. Make two 9 patches, reversing the fabric placement in each, to the desired size. I made some @ 12 ½” unfinished so cut the patches at 4 ½” square.
2. Sandwich the wadding square between the two 9 patches, lining up carefully and pin around the edges in the seam allowance.
3. Quilt as desired but fairly closely – you want the piece to be quite firm. I did a close meander.
4. Trim the piece square if necessary and bind the edges in your usual way.
5. Pinch a pleat from the edge of the centre square to the outside centre edge on each of the four sides to make the bowl the desired depth. My pleat was an inch wide at the outside but experiment with pinning until you get the desired effect. (see photo) Sew this pleat in place on the machine so that the pleat falls on the outside of the bowl, backstitch at each end to secure.
6. Fold out the points at each corner and hand stitch in place, embellishing with a bead or button if desired.
7. Fill with sweeties or nuts or make larger ones as bread baskets!