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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Quote Originally Posted by emt2004
    Would be great with fabric bowl, bowl and some homemade soup as a gift, or maybe a box of Lipton soup,lol.........Michele Maybe some crackers !!!!!
    Great Idea! I guess I better get busy and start making my Christmas gifts. There is never enough hours in the day to get my bucket list filled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvsstuff
    This is my proto type. I always make a sample when trying something new. I'll be making a few more I really like these. I will be using thread to match the fabric on the next ones.
    "Oh" Denice, I love that fabric you used for your practice one. I'm so glad some of you were able to figure this out so quickly Great job!

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    Well I just warmed up leftover soup in my new "bowl pot holder" and it worked like a charm. Told my husband this is not a normal pot holder and explained what it was to him. He's now using it to warm up a bowl of chili! I see more in my future. Thank you again for a great tutorial.

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    Great idea....bet these would sell well at the fall and Christmas bazaars that are coming up soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by incoming2me
    I hope you don't mind, Brenda..

    I did some copy/paste magic and made your tute into a PDF file.

    Something tells me that I'll need to have a copy of the instructions with me when I make one!

    Again, THANK YOU for the tutorial!
    I don't mind at All.... this is Fabulous and will be very helpful for those that need instructions (like me) next to there sewing machine.
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cairns
    Quote Originally Posted by cairns
    Thank you - - this is a very good tutorial.
    Will make great gifts.
    LC
    Do you have to use 100% fabric and thread?
    You need to use 100% cotten BATTING....

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    Thank you so very much for the tutorial. It is perfect. You could go into business writing them! Now I have several Christmas projects! Thanks again.

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    Thanks for the tute! I bookmarked it. 8-)

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    Thanks so much. I think these would make great Christmas gifts. :thumbup:

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    Ooooh I like these!!!
    Thanks a bunch

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