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Thread: How to make Fabric Bowls

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    Thanks Eddie, for the tutorial...
    That's cool...would be good for round placemats and coasters too. Don't you think?

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    thanks for the tute Eddie. That's awesome. I already have the clothline at home, but need to figure out what fabric to use, your's is awesome!!!

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    Thanks Eddie. I'm ready to try mine now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doda
    Thanks Eddie, for the tutorial...
    That's cool...would be good for round placemats and coasters too. Don't you think?
    Yes, I agree. Lots of things you could do with this.

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    Eddie, I agree with the other members, you are very talented and we are lucky to have you with us. You did a lot of work making the tutorial. I certainly do appreciate the time that you spent........Barbara

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    I dont know what is more impressive, your bowl or your instructions.

    Great job. Thx.

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    You make it look easy! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial. I now feel like I could give it a try. (Unless you just want to make a bowl for me instead.)

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    Good job Eddie!

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    Thanks so much for the great tutorial! Love the pictures. I really must give this a try :D

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    another great project an very well done.I want to do one with braided material for rug in my bedroom.

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    Thank you Eddie! I can't wait to do one. :)

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    Thank YOU so much for taking the time to post the instructions and for being so willing to show us something new! Hopefully mine will turn out looking like a "fabric bowl"! LOL

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    you are the greatest. do you have a day job you seem to get so much done I am retired and can't get motivated to get anything done. maybe you will inspire me thanks for all your pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doda
    Thanks Eddie, for the tutorial...
    That's cool...would be good for round placemats and coasters too. Don't you think?

    Oh, that's a great idea! I think I'll start with those. :)

    Oh, and Eddie, thanks SO much for taking the time to show us this. You're so talented and you're so kind for sharing.

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    Love this, thank you so much, I have always wanted to make some but was scare to tackle it. I am a visual person and this will help a lot.

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    Thank you, Eddie, for the wonderful instructions. I now plan on making some for Christmas, birthdays etc. You do a great job.

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    :) wow I love this and great directions never had such good ones before dont know how to act thanks

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    Thankyou Eddie, this is the best tute I have seen on fabric bowls. I might have to try one of these. What size needle did you use in the machine for the zig-zags?

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    Thankyou Eddie, this is the best tute I have seen on fabric bowls. I might have to try one of these. What size needle did you use in the machine for the zig-zags?
    I just used a regular sharp 90.

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    uuuggghhhh no clothesline at my small town walmart dangit

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    Wow, Eddie! Thank you for the step by step instructions and the great pics!!

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    Been thinking about trying this project. Now I can go ahead with the project. Always enjoy your tutorials. Thanks for taking the time to put it on the the forum.

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    Been thinking about trying this project. Now I can go ahead with the project. Always enjoy your tutorials. Thanks for taking the time to put it on the the forum.

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    Nice art work!great pictures,instructions,now we would love for you to do one on rugs.Love your work!!!

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    Nice tutorial. I loved your work. I am bookmarking this. I think that these might sell in our store at our quilt show. Loved the handles. Good idea.

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