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Thread: Microwave Fabric Bowls

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    Thank you for sharing. I am a beginner but it looks like I can do this. Looking forward to my first project.

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    Those are absolutely adorable. I might try my hand at making them.

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    bowl

    I cut the corners off...when square the points wouldnt' let it turn...
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    Forgot to post when I should - I made a dozen of these for our Church Bazaar and used all kinds of prints, but mostly holiday at least on one side. I think it was the 12" size, and did it chain sewing them. I sold them for $5 each and there was not one left. I think it helped I gave one to a friend and asked her she liked it. She passed the word how handy they were!

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    There is not a day that goes by that I dont use one of these bowls, my DH
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    Great tutorial. I can't wait to make these for my hubby. He likes to sit in his recliner and eat soup or whatever and I usually give him a dishtowel under it and now I can make him his own little bowl holder.

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    These are GREAT!! Can't wait to make up a few for my SIL. Thanks for the Tutorial!!!

    I might try this with some of the unused blocks I have around.
    Last edited by BATIKQLTR; 01-15-2012 at 08:43 AM.
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    Thats so Cool! Or Hot! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by wishin4 View Post
    Great tutorial. I can't wait to make these for my hubby. He likes to sit in his recliner and eat soup or whatever and I usually give him a dishtowel under it and now I can make him his own little bowl holder.
    My son had the same need for a "bib". Here is a link to the one I made for him. Can't be used in the micro due to the velcro, but he just puts his bowl in it to protect his hands.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...n-t174338.html

    I just re-read your message and I misunderstood when you said you put a dishtowel under the bowl. Thought you used the dishtowel as a "bib"
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    Thanks Belmer. I am making these for our local animal shelter to sell ( seen them for $10.00 online ). To speed things up instead of all over quilting I just make a large X to hold the fabric and batting together.This way I can string quilt and it goes much faster. I also put a small heart in the center as a last step to represent the animals. Some hearts are pretty good and some a little wonky, but some animals are in more need help than others.
    I have also been giving them to friends and relatives to try to get the word out. It is amazing how everyone goes crazy over these and everyone needs one! My husband and I use them when sitting in front of the TV and I have heard they are great for ice cream. Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgia girl View Post
    Thanks Belmer. I am making these for our local animal shelter to sell ( seen them for $10.00 online ). To speed things up instead of all over quilting I just make a large X to hold the fabric and batting together.This way I can string quilt and it goes much faster. I also put a small heart in the center as a last step to represent the animals. Some hearts are pretty good and some a little wonky, but some animals are in more need help than others.
    I have also been giving them to friends and relatives to try to get the word out. It is amazing how everyone goes crazy over these and everyone needs one! My husband and I use them when sitting in front of the TV and I have heard they are great for ice cream. Thanks again.
    Great suggestion on how you make your's thank-you!!!!! Love your pictures great inspiration and fun fun variety!!!! I also thought it would be great for DH who eats ice cream at night...and he's always been thin!!!!! Life just isn't fair with those calorie goblins!
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    Love this idea, do you mind if I copy it?
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    this will join my projects for the week. I love my soups and I hate using plates under them when I sit in front of the TV and computer to have a quick lunch.

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    I am preparing to make one or two for my oatmeal breakfast bowl. Thank you so much for the excellant tutorial.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Nice change to the format, the orignal was great but this is real nnice

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    thank you I have friends that will love these

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    wonderful idea! Also clear directions. Thanks

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    Thanks you for saving my fingers! I just love your tut and will be making many and for gifts too! I was able to follow along very easily. Wonderful idea!

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    Reading and learnig, this is just too cute and I think it would be a good beginner project for me, thanks.
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    Thank you, This is amazing. Love it

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    Terrific and you explained it beautifully. Thanks
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    Thanks for the instructions

    Great tutorial. I made these for friends for Valentine's Day and included a bowl and goodies. Big Hit!

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    What an adorable gift! Thanks for the idea. I may use that some day!
    Quote Originally Posted by Qwltnut View Post
    Great tutorial. I made these for friends for Valentine's Day and included a bowl and goodies. Big Hit!

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    Fantastic tutorial..even I got it and I'm a hard person for that. Gonna give it a shot this weekend.

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    Nice tut! Thanks for sharing.
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