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Thread: How to make Fabric Bowls

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    Thank you for and exxecellent tute

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    i like these a lot. sue

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    Going to tackle this project sometime. I found the clothesline cording in JoAnns near the ironing boards and Irons. Try there if you have one and cannot find at WalMart.

    Great tutorial thanks!

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    Thanks for the tut. Question - I don't understand the photo where you lifted it to the diagonal. I don't see a diagonal. You are still going straight around. :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChaiQuilter
    Thanks for the tut. Question - I don't understand the photo where you lifted it to the diagonal. I don't see a diagonal. You are still going straight around. :?:
    Yes, you're still sewing straight around, but the bottom of the bowl is now lifted up with the left hand so that the bottom is now touching the head of the machine which allows the side walls of the bowl to now start curving upwards.

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    Thank you so very much for the tutorial! I have got to try one....you think purple...deep batiks...oh I can only imagine it...better go fine some fabric....

    Thank you again!

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    Thank you, great tut.

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    I love this tutorial an can't wait to get busy making some bowls. Anyone else have new pictures to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfer View Post
    Eddie, I agree with the other members, you are very talented and we are lucky to have you with us. You did a lot of work making the tutorial. I certainly do appreciate the time that you spent........Barbara
    I totally agree....thanks so much for the tute

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    I like how you start the center, I have been doing something far more complicated, thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie View Post
    Once all the cord is wrapped, we are ready to sew. Begin by spiraling the cord as shown into about a 1.5 to 2 inch circle.

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