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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Super Member ChildoftheUniverse's Avatar
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    The human race is a clever species! Especially the females... :D

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    What a brilliant idea...I think these would be a extra special xmas gift. I look forward to seeing the tutorial. Hope I don't miss it too!
    Vicki
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    Sometimes the simplest and most common sense ideas are the most brilliant. Can't wait for your tutorial!

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    Neat idea-will be looking forward to the tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosyhf
    Ohhh, these are wonderful. Tell me, is it just one piece with darts to form the shape? Or two pieces....
    Thankyou Rosy,.....It is two layers of fabric each with batting!

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    OMG, I need a dozen of those! Lots of burned fingers because "microwave safe" doesn't mean it will stay cool. Can't wait for your tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosyhf
    They are called, microwave bowl potholders and is sold as an e-pattern by Rita's creations on Etsy. She says the pattern is copyrighted.

    I don't know if a technique can be copyrighted, I don't think so. It seems to be a square with darts from each corner and a dart from each side, all heading down toward the center and stopping when you reach the size of the bowl bottom. The dart has to be a bit fatter when it starts to turn and then taper down. It is really only a hot pad. I will make one and see how it turns out in a couple hours.
    I did not copy any pattern or abuse any copy right rules. I simply looked at one that someone else had made and figured out how to do it myself and to share my way of doing it with ALL of you.
    I certainly do not claim to be the person who originated this design and I clearly stated this on my first picture of the ones that I made. I do NOT have a pattern.

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    Ditto - tutorial would be great
    Thanks
    LC

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    Great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    I will be working on a tutorial this weekend and hopefully I can do it! I have never done one b4 so be patient, I'll give it my best shot.
    yay!! these look great!

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