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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Fan-freakin'-tastic! Thank you so much, you have just saved Christmas. By the way I could never have figured it out, so THANKS! I love it.

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    I use hobb heirloom scraps which is a 80/20. the 80 is the cotten then there is warm and natural with is all cotten. You want to use all cotten.

    I also made a paper pattern. I iron the creases in the fabric to cented it......this was so fun. I now want to make some of those cute fabric boxes lol but I need to go do my other project...I just got sidetracked when I saw the micro mitten lol....

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    Thanks for the tutorial! What an adorable bowl!!! I'm making these for gifts for Christmas and I can fill it with some Christmas goodies!!! Great tutorial!

    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    Hi Everyone,
    Well here I go, so I hope this tute works.
    Please forgive me if the pic's are not perfect. This is my first time doing a tutorial.
    First of all I would like to say It is a MUST that you use 100% Cotten batting.( I used warm and Natural).
    There are three sizes you can cut your fabric squares in:
    1) !4" for round casserole dish
    2) 12" for a medium casserole dish or larger bowl
    3) 10"for a typical cereal bowl size.
    Grab one of your bowls from the cupboard that you usually like to use for RE-HEATING and take it into your sewing room before you begin.
    I am making mine in a 12" square because that is the size that seems to fit most of my bowls.

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    You did a awesome tutorial!!! :thumbup:

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    I would assume you would want to use 100% cotton thread along with the cotton fabric and cotton batting, like the potato bags - right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea
    I nominate you for tute of the year! Good instructions and pics. Easy to understand. Thanks for sharing and all your hard work!
    I certainly second that. Wonderful easy tute. Thanks so much for all of the time and hard work you put into it for us!

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    The Warm Co. now carries batting specifically for potato bags. Not sure how it differs, but it would probably work well for these, too.

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    Thanks!

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    Great tute. Will be trying this soon. Awesome idea for Christmas gifts.

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    Thank you...the tute was so clear....can't wait to make one!!!

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