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Old 01-03-2016, 07:56 AM
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This is my first attempt at posting something. Hope it goes well.

Have been wanting to make a set of Amy Barickman's Micro-Safe Hot Holders for some time. Yesterday was the right time. I modified the biggest bowl pattern to accommodate an 11 inch plate. I know they will be useful as we have teenagers and a police officer in the home and they are not always home by the dinner hour.

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Old 01-03-2016, 08:05 AM
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Very nice! They should be very useful! I use my microwave a lot for warm-ups!
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They are very pretty, and very useful looking.
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Beautiful job! I know they'll get lots of use.
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I made ones for a regular bowl and modified for a flatter bowl. surprisingly, they both took a 10" square. these look like you used bigger squares/rectangles. good for you for figuring it out.
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They look great and love how you made a set.
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very nicely done
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Like your rounded corners. Must be easier to turn than a square corner.
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Great looking set!
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