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    Thanks! This is definitely on my Christmas to-do list!!

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    Brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!! and thank you so much for sharing this with us all.... i always worry i won't have a "little project gift" for yet another Chrismas... but you've saved the day.... thank you again.. and your tute is wonderful...:)
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    Thanks for getting the creative juices flowing!
    Thankyou... Just wanted you all to know that I did not originate this idea. I looked at one that was given to my girlfriend as a gift from someone a long time ago and I figured out my own way of making one myself!!!! I don't want to step on any toes if any one of you have done this yourself. ;) ;) ;)

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    Thanks for a very well presented tutorial well done!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Thank-you so much, they look so pretty. :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the great tutorial on the fabric bowls.
    You did an excellent job on explaining how to make them.

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    I think that you did a great job of figuring out how to make these. Your tutorial is easy to follow and understand. Thanks so much for sharing this idea with us. I have to make some of these.

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    THANK YOU! Here comes Christmas!!

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    Great tutorial. I'll be making some of these both for personal use and as gifts. Thanks.

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    Thanks so much!

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    Ok, we have learned something else doing this tut. I will show the pattern I used and I will change to the square one with less dart and much faster.

    This round one I made came out like a flower as it curves etc and that is lovely, but it also can make the cutest hat ever. I will make a hat next and we can copyright that one hahahahahahahah, just kidding.....

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    Thanks. I see Christmas gifts for family and quilting friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emt2004
    Love the bowl ! Is this used after you get something out of the microwave or do you use it in the microwave? Thanks for the tut, very well done......Michele
    You use it in the microwave as a nest egg for your bowl with the ingredients in it, that way when your food is ready you can just take the whole thing out at one time place it on the counter or take it right to your work area and enjoy! No pot holders required.

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    Good idea

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    Thanks! I think I will make some for Christmas gifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosyhf
    Ok, we have learned something else doing this tut. I will show the pattern I used and I will change to the square one with less dart and much faster.

    This round one I made came out like a flower as it curves etc and that is lovely, but it also can make the cutest hat ever. I will make a hat next and we can copyright that one hahahahahahahah, just kidding.....
    Do you have A PDF download.

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    I want to thank you also!! It is such a useful gift!

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    WOW, this is great, thank you for such a great tute and taking the time to answer all our questions, it was very sweet of you. Such a clever idea.

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    Fabulous idea....11.15pm here in the Uk and I have started cutting mine out already....thank you

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    Love the square one - and it looks like it's easy, too! Thank you, Brenda!

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    Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial. I can't wait to try this!

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    This one is for a 9 inch casserole. I knew they reminded me of something....remember fabric bowls? I like the square one better for the microwave bowls.
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    Thank you both for great Tutorials. I"ll be making some

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    Great idea..thanks for the tute !!

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    Do you have to use any special batting - like all cotton.

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    Just started one and found I was not sure of centering the bowl, so I traced it out on cardboard, stuck a pin in the center and placed the cardboard circle so the pin met the crosshairs on the batting and then traced it. Worked out good.

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