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Thread: 1-June-2014 Project of the Month, Microwave Fabric Bowl, Photo's.

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    Wow, all very beautiful.
    This is mine.
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    Have a nice day ! Happy quilting , everyone !
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    GrandmaNicole, love your microwave bowl! I never seem to get enough of these. Thanks for posting.

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    Izzy returned from the SPA quite a while ago, but while she was away I realized two of my DGD's, had early July birthdays so I had to change gears and whip out a couple of quick birthday presents. So finally, back to finishing some of my own projects. These are the two fabric bowls I completed, however my husbands first comment when he saw them was "couldn't you at least have matched our dishes a bit better?" Sounds like I will be making a few more of these!
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    Cactus stitching, nice bowls. Love the Polka dots!

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    Here are some more.i just can't stop making them,although I am too busy with summer, company and such. Still I try to squeeze in abit of sewing. I been buying wrap n zap I think it is from amazon. I can get 6 bowls out of a package. So I zigzag my scraps pieces together and got 2 more. It works in quilting, so I didn't see any reason it shouldn't here.
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    I like your bowls Cactus.

    And your also Deedum

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandmaNicole View Post
    Wow, all very beautiful.
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    Grandma Nicole............your Microwave Fabric Bowl turned out wonderfully. I just love the yellow Sunflowers with the green accent fabric's that you chose to put together. So bright & cheery, very nice job!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus Stitchin View Post
    Izzy returned from the SPA quite a while ago, but while she was away I realized two of my DGD's, had early July birthdays so I had to change gears and whip out a couple of quick birthday presents. So finally, back to finishing some of my own projects. These are the two fabric bowls I completed, however my husbands first comment when he saw them was "couldn't you at least have matched our dishes a bit better?" Sounds like I will be making a few more of these!
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    Cactus Stitchin.......... Your Microwave Fabric bowls turned out lovely also. I like that you made two different sizes for your birthday gifts. Your quilting pattern looks great too. We will be anxious to see more of these when you get them all done!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deedum View Post
    Here are some more.i just can't stop making them,although I am too busy with summer, company and such. Still I try to squeeze in abit of sewing. I been buying wrap n zap I think it is from amazon. I can get 6 bowls out of a package. So I zigzag my scraps pieces together and got 2 more. It works in quilting, so I didn't see any reason it shouldn't here.
    DeeDum..........Boy, I guess you have been one busy sewer lady, having made all of these beautiful Microwave Fabric Bowls for the June Project of the Month!! I have also zigzagged some of my batting scraps together & it seems to work just fine for me too. Keep up the good work & remember to share your photo's when you get more of them made.
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    Thank Sulabug , for your kind words .
    Have a nice day ! Happy quilting , everyone !
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    Well, I did get one microwave bowl done yesterday. Just have to post my photo.

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    Here is the Link to July's Project of the Month

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/blocks-...r-t249340.html
    Have an awesome day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenniky View Post
    Here is the Link to July's Project of the Month

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/blocks-...r-t249340.html
    Jenniky............I love this project & have always wanted to try it. Thank you so much for picking such a great pattern.
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    O.K., so i'm a bit late catching on to this, but i caught the fever yesterday and have since made 8 bowls, and matching towels for gifts.
    I have a bowl that also measures 10", BUT it is wider and has a 1 1/2" drop. i made a holder for it and it turned out great.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    wow, thanks for osting this, At first it ooed like a lot of measuring, but after i made one, they just zipped along. and i think it's a good thing to practice fmqing on. the ones i make tomorrow will have fmq in them. (I need to practice).
    thanks for posting this one
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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