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Thread: Fabric bowl covers

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    You could sew some plastic on the back of the fabric so the food wouldn't dry out or get spoiled.

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    What would happend if you put a piece of lt wt vinyl on top (or bottom) before attaching the binding? Food would have some moisture protection then--hmmm I like the little plastic covers-hadn't seen some in a while, but picked up some at Alco in the $1 bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SparkMonkey
    Pretty! They'd also be good at picnics to keep bugs away from the food.
    I was thinking this too...
    Thank you for sharing this link with us :D:D:D

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    Cute; thanks for this one & a way to use some stash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by litacats
    Quote Originally Posted by SparkMonkey
    Pretty! They'd also be good at picnics to keep bugs away from the food.
    you could make them in so any different sizes to suit all sorts of things
    Good ideas! Might be something I will try...if I get around to it. LOL. So much stuff on my plate, and so many new things to try.

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