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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

  1. #201
    Super Member MaggieLou's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    Statesville, NC
    Never thought about using them for ice cream. DUH!! I guess it made too much sense. I'm always getting a couple of napkins or paper towels to go under the bowl.

  2. #202
    Super Member marla's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    Charleston, SC
    Thank you so much Rita. I was wanting to try this but fear them catching fire or scorching. So I will give it a whirl. It could make a nice Christmas gift along with a hot pad and some towels. Love your idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by HandmadeBits4u

    This is Rita from RitasCreationsOnETSY.etsy.com (my old shop name) - my new ETSY shop is HandmadeBits4u.etsy.com.

    Just wanted to clear up the copyright issue. The intent of the copyright statement is for the pattern itself - not the technique. If people figure how to do these on their own - no problem. If someone else writes a pattern for these that's alright - assuming of course it is their way of writing vs just copying mine.

    This is a common statement that most authors who write eTutorials and sell them - whether on ETSY or on another online venue - add to their patterns. Since it is so easy for electronic files to be shared these days, authors do try to discourage blatant copying and sharing. Unfortunately there are a few sellers on ETSY and other online venues who do take advantage of the work of others and make it their own.

    Hope this explanation helps. If you have any other concerns please let me know and I will be happy to address.

    For those of you who do craft fairs, these have been great sellers for me!

    Oh, and one more thing, please, please use the special Microwave Warm & Natural Tater Batting that is glue and resin free - don't want to start fires in the microwave with these. I have that the best price is Fabric.com. And don't make them so large that they touch the walls of the microwave (scorching or fires again could happen). I also only make the smaller ones as I'm concerned about leaving the larger ones in the microwave for longer periods of time - again its the scorching/fire thing. So I'm overly cautious that way.


  3. #203
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    Jun 2010
    New to Manchester New Hampshire
    I've made several of these and we us them all the time. I use them in the microwave and also use them to hold cold things, its like having a mini placemat. Love them.

  4. #204

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    Jul 2011
    You're welcome Marla - and I agree they would make great Christmas gifts along with hotpads and towels!

  5. #205
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    Dec 2010
    I would love to have that pattern - microwave bowl - It would be great for christmas gifts. Where's the tut??

    Janet in Indiana
    Janet in Indiana

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