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Thread: How to make Fabric Bowls

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    Thanks for the tutorial

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    Your work always looks so professional Eddie. Thanks for teaching us.

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    Thanks Eddie ~ have bookmarked so I can find easy when I get ready to start. I have got to get my other project done so I can try this!!!!

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    Great tute Eddie. Did you find the clothes line in the fabric section of Wal-Mart, or housewears. Going to check it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    I like to finish the cord off on the top edge by cutting it on a diagonal right before the handle so that it is not so obvious and then just zig zag over the end a few times to secure it down.

    That's it! Enjoy!
    Eddie: Great tutorial. I'll be going to our nearest WalMart today and will purchase the cording and by tonight I'll be in the wrapped cord bowl making business. I've made cloth bowls before but used fabric templates and surged the seams on the bottom and sides and around the tops of the bowls. Your bowl will be a nice change of pace.

    Are you a teacher? Your instructions are excellent as are your pictures. If you aren't a teacher, maybe teaching is something to think about. You obviously are a born teacher. Thank you.

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    Thanks Eddie, for the tutorial...
    That's cool...would be good for round placemats and coasters too. Don't you think?

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    thanks for the tute Eddie. That's awesome. I already have the clothline at home, but need to figure out what fabric to use, your's is awesome!!!

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    Thanks Eddie. I'm ready to try mine now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doda
    Thanks Eddie, for the tutorial...
    That's cool...would be good for round placemats and coasters too. Don't you think?
    Yes, I agree. Lots of things you could do with this.

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    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

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