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Thread: Textilbowl tutorial

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    This bowl made from textile. This link is a Hungarian link, but photo tells you....

    http://www.quilting.hu/quilt-techniques/textiltal.htm

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    Very interesting! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Like 'em. Thanks

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    thanks for sharing,

    I have google translate that page for me to English

    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    This bowl made from textile. This link is a Hungarian link, but photo tells you....

    http://www.quilting.hu/quilt-techniques/textiltal.htm

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    I like these. They have been added to my to do list.

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    I thought so(translation).

    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    thanks for sharing,

    I have google translate that page for me to English

    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    This bowl made from textile. This link is a Hungarian link, but photo tells you....

    http://www.quilting.hu/quilt-techniques/textiltal.htm

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    Thanks for the link. Good tutorial.

    Cute comment at the top of the home page. "My husband says I buy as much fabric as I can hide"

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    Thanks! Wish I could have found a contact link. I'd have liked to tell her thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivoaks
    Thanks! Wish I could have found a contact link. I'd have liked to tell her thanks!
    Go to the home page and look in the upper right corner.

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    I love these. May have to try making one.

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you. I have the translation, too, on my program. Have the fabric already chosen for it.
    Thanks again. Love it
    Dodee

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    really nice. looks alot easier than the way i do it and faster., going to try it. thank you for the link.

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    I've made many of these. They are so fun to make!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol W
    I've made many of these. They are so fun to make!!!
    I agree they are gorgeous, but what on earth do you do with a fabric bowl? How do you keep it clean, does it have any purpose other than being beautiful? I don't object to it just being beautiful, but want to know, so I don't nag it to death expecting something else!! ha ha

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    They can be washed. And they are reversible. You can put wrapped candy in them. You can put hair accessories in them. Fruit. Coasters. Holiday decorations. Silk flowers. There is an endless amount of items that the bowls could be used for.

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    maybe I can use google translater... I love it... thanks Quilter 1234

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    How can you translate tutorial to English?

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    The english:
    http://www.quilting.hu/quilt-techniques/textiltal.htm
    Quote Originally Posted by 1227Granny
    How can you translate tutorial to English?

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