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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Super Member AlwaysQuilting's Avatar
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    I can't wait to see the tute! What a neat idea.
    How about calling them "nests"?
    Like heating nest, or bowl nest, or microwave nest?

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    Neat idea. I am awaiting the tutorial!!!

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    neat i could use few of them.

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    Awesome Idea. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Those are great.

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    Would love to make some of these is there a pattern or tutorial

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    Give us a tutorial

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    very neat idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    wow, love them, hope you will do a tutorial for all of us, so we will know how to make them

    thanks

    Karen, Craftybear
    please do!

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    Thank you Thank you Thank you!

    I am always getting a potholder to remove things from microwave, this will be so much easier,

    thanking you in advance for doing the tutorial for all of us

    Craftybear

    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    I will be working on a tutorial this weekend and hopefully I can do it! I have never done one b4 so be patient, I'll give it my best shot.

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    Neat! I have that same fish material. Donna

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    These are really Nice....they would make Great gifts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    I will be working on a tutorial this weekend and hopefully I can do it! I have never done one b4 so be patient, I'll give it my best shot.
    Woo hoo!!! I can't wait :thumbup:

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    These are so awesome and I can't wait for the tutorial so I can make a few! Thank YOU for sharing you idea with us. :)

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    You are so clever. What a great idea and how pretty they are.

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    You are so clever. What a great idea and how pretty they are.

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    Christmas ideas

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    Thank you in advance for the upcoming tutorial on these bowls.

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    Very cool. I am also looking forward to your tutorial.
    There is someone on Etsy - Rita's Creations - that sells a pattern for this. I know I have seen it before though somewhere. I might be remembering something I saw on Craftster or something.

    They are really sharp. I think I will be needing to make some as well. I bet my mother in law would low this. I do wonder how well they would be in the microwave - do you think it would have the same baked potato bag situation with a possible fire situation?

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    Very cute and practical..look forward to your tutorial.

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    Very usuful. I can see where these might even help to keep the bottom of your microwave cleaner by catching bubble-overs. :-D

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    can't wait for the tut

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    Such a neat idea! I am so happy you are going to do a tut for us, thank you!

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    What a great idea. I will be looking forward to the tutorial

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    great idea.

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