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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Super Member belmer's Avatar
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    My girlfriend and I got together last Sat. and she brought me some of these to look at to see if I could make them. They were given to her from an elderly neighbor of hers.
    After three tries I finally was able to figure them out.
    I ended up making three different sizes. Large (casserole dish size)
    Medium (large bowl) and small (for a cereal sz. bowl)
    These are great for heating up that bowl of soup or chili or just about anything you can fit into a bowl and RE-HEAT in the microwave. You pick the whole thing up out of the microwave: bowl and all,l and place it on the table and "dig in". The nice thing about them is you do not need a pot holder and they are much easier to handle, and (of course) "they are washable".

    Large, Medium and small
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    My husband's fishing fabric bowl
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    very very neat

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    That is awesome!

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    Yes, very neat!! Now they need a catchy name for us all to call them!

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    Nice

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    Directions???? :) :-) :D

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    wow, love them, hope you will do a tutorial for all of us, so we will know how to make them

    thanks

    Karen, Craftybear

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    Sew useful......great idea.....thank you for sharing!

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    So cool. You should do a tutorial so we can all enjoy them. LOL

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    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.

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