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Thread: How to make Fabric Bowls

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    I love it and seems to be simple to make ...

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    Wow, never seen those before. Thank you. Hope to find some line and have a go.

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    hmmmm, can a rug be made like this? a small one , a throw rug?

    oh and another thing, about the sewing, do you do a small amount then sew the x's? is that hard to sew on the sewing machine? looks thrifty, frugal , excess scraps used etc,

    does look good, the bowls, that is. Mary

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    Yes, I've seen small rugs made like this as well. I made placemats for our breakfast area table, too. I only sew the X once, at the very beginning of the spiral to hold it in place. Then you start at the beginning of the center doing the zigzag.

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    Eddie, thanks for the info! yes I'd like to see about making
    placemats, coasters too. Mary

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    Wow, can't wait to try this. Looking for the clothes line rope. OK, when you run short, what do you do to add a new piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LC1562
    Wow, can't wait to try this. Looking for the clothes line rope. OK, when you run short, what do you do to add a new piece?
    I'd just do a straight stitch across the two ends back and forth several times to hold them together, then use a good bit of glue when wrapping those ends.

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    Thanks for the tip--can't wait to try this!!!!

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    I found some at a dollar store

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    I love this. Your work is so neat. I am going to do this as soon as I get my clothesline. Thanks so much.

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