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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Great idea! Look forward to the directions!

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    What a great idea! waiting for a tut. Thanks in advance.:)

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    Wonderful idea. My 6 year old grandaughter wants to reheat soup in the microwave but can't handle the "oven mitts" -- way too large. This would probably work for her.

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    What a great idea! Can you tell us how you did it? Please!

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    Too cute. Will be waiting for a tutorial, also.

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    Great idea. Looking forward to the tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennyswings1
    So cool. You should do a tutorial so we can all enjoy them. LOL
    I agree!! Pleasae do a Tute!!

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    Waiting for the tutorial so I can start some Christmas gifts! You are amazing. :thumbup:

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    Those are just too neat. Looking forward to tutorial! Thanks

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    You are so talented. Please, do a tutorial for us...

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    Wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    Patiently waiting for the directions for that wonderful idea. Fabulous job.!!

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    I can see these on my Christmas list to make for my kids' homes.

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    Those are great. Also waiting for the tut. :D

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    Wonderful idea. Looking forward to the tute. Good Luck with it.

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    What a great idea! And you did a great job! Love them!

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    WOW!!! Cool...........great idea.........thanks

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    Very good idea. J J

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    Neat idea. I am always burning my hands on bowls

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    Great idea. I too, would love to know how to make these. Please do a tutorial.

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    What a unique idea.

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    clever!

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    Great idea good for grandkids. Can't wait till get directions. Tahnks

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    Great idea. I will definitely use this for gifts.

    Just remember ya'all - only 100% cotton fabric, thread, and batting. I'm sure that will be in the tut though. Can't wait.

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    Remember to use 100% cotton--Warm and Natural has one specifically for using for microwave products. The warm and natural product that is not 100% cotton will cause a fire in the microwave. This is a great gift or craft fair creation. Can't wait for the tute. Thanks.

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