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Thread: Need your help

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    TrenaM's Avatar
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    Can anyone tell me how to make the potato pouches that go in the microwave. I printed several sets of instructions that I found on the internet but they are not very clear.
    Thanks in advance!

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    http://tipnut.com/make-your-own-potato-baker-bags/

    and then click on "Potato Baker Bags" to get to the free pattern

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    Most importantly, but the batting specifically intended for them -- so it won't melt or burn!

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    You might want to read this post, too just so you get a head's up about a possible problem with them. :|

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-77011-1.htm

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    The batting has to say NO SCRIM or it could catch on fire in a high wattage microwave. There is a special batting made just for use in the microwave but you'll probably have to purchase it online if you don't have an up todate fabric store owner close by. It's amazing how many quilt shops owners don't know about the batting or even scrim for that matter.

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