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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    what a great idea. thank you for sharing. i'm going to print and try.

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    I made bowls similar to these, but my kids liked them when they held bowls of ice cream so there hands didn't get cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nengel1
    I made bowls similar to these, but my kids liked them when they held bowls of ice cream so there hands didn't get cold.
    Another good use for these great items!

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    AWESOME:-) Again it will make giving easier this Christmas. Thank you. K

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    Loved this.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. This idea will really help dress up a table for dinner parties!!
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    Thanks for this!!! I'm always using folded paper towels. These are so much prettier!!
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    I made the frist one when I saw the post before but never saw the second one very cute!!! I did made several of the frist ones Thanks for sharing 2nd one
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    thanks a million! Great tute!

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    Great tute, and what a wonderful idea. Great for soup. Thank you

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    incoming 2me - thanks for the pdf! Saved for future reference.
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    Bowl Batting

    I was wondering what kind of batting is suitable for the micro?

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    Warm & Natural makes a 100% cottom batting specifically for the Microwave. Do NOT use the Warm & Natural batting that is generally used for quilting. It has a poly film in between the cotton layers that I never knew was there.

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    I'm gonna try it with wool batting. It should not have any problem w/ the microwave. I think that these will make wonderful Christmas presents! Thanks!
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    Awesome! This one is definitely getting bookmarked!

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    Fantastic idea for gifts or for craft fairs. Really clear tutorial. Well done!

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    great tute and one I am going to try. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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    Great Tute! I want to make some for Christmas gifts for my co-workers...

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    I was wondering the same.. I would have to order the batting online and need to do these next week...would flannel do?

    Quote Originally Posted by mtspools View Post
    Seeing batting is so expensive was wondering if one couldn't use 100% flannel? I would think 2 or 3 pieces would be enough. Also wondering if one should use spary adhisive(sp) to hold layers together while quilting them?
    Wondering mind has got to know -- lol

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    This was a GREAT tutorial!! Thank you!! I made one yesterday. I took a leftover block that I had made then some plain fabric for the back. I love it!! Didn't realize until I got it all done that my block had one of the fabrics switched. BUT>>>>as my 14 year old son pointed out-that will just be the front Mom!! LOL! I'll share a picture. I just love it! The kids don't want me to give it away. LOL!
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    Fabric bowl without the bowl inside.

    This was so easy to do!!
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    Here is the reverse of my fabric bowl.

    I had to do 3 separate posts. It said that they were too large. Here's the other side of my fabric bowl. I just love it. I hope my Secret Sister at church likes it.
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    Great tutorial! Thank you so much for your time and for sharing with us!

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    What a great idea (both the square and round)! I will have to try these for my boys who have moved away. I am sure they will appreciate them. Thanks for the idea! 100% cotton all the way 'cuz poly melts in the wave.

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    I liked it when I stacked them but staggered them. I put the larger one I made then put the smaller one that Juanitabean sent. It looked so cute like that-then put the bowl in. LOVELY!
    Angie S.

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