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Old 08-08-2014, 09:40 AM
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So my brain isn't working and I can't for the life of me think what those little holders are called. They are quilted squares you can put a bowl in to put them in the microwave. Does anyone know what they are called so I can try and research some pattern?

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Old 08-08-2014, 10:17 AM
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Microwave fabric bowl Here is a link to the tutorial: http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...s-t144848.html
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We ALL have those moments so the older you get the MORE often they occur!! Yes, they are called Microwave bowls but they are also great for holding a bowl of Ice Cream without freezing your fingers !!
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Old 08-08-2014, 04:26 PM
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I wouldn't put them in the microwave, but they are great for holding hot (or cold) dishes.
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They are not made to cook anything but to heat something. I don't leave mine in the microwave for more then 2 min. I have warm and natural batting in them. Microwaves are different wattage so that makes a big difference too.
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You all rock! And you found the tutorial too! That's why I love this place and the members here!
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Be sure to use 100% cotton fabric and thread. Buy the batting made for the tater bags and don't leave in for more than 2 minutes no matter what you use. They will catch fire if left longer and unattended is not a good idea. I usually warm up my bowl of soup and set it in the holder to eat.
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Cotton batting then too, I take it? Writing down everyone's tips. I'm thinking Christmas presents and then I can write out instructions like I do for quilts to keep them safe.
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Absolutely cotton batting. I gave them last year and they were a huge hit.
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I made them last Christmas and used Pellon's Wrap n Zap. I found it at Joann's and used a coupon.
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