They’re Also Great for Showcasing Special Fabric Motifs!
This beautiful set of bowl cozies was made from two complementary fabrics, one for the front and another for the back. Reverse the placement for the middle bowl for a lovely set.
Three sizes mean you’ll have just the size you want for microwaving your most commonly used bowls. The cozies will prevent singed fingers and also protect against chilly foods like ice cream.
We love how Kathy from Tamarack Shack showcased pretty motifs in the following set. This is a great way to show off a special fabric and opens up a world of possibilities.
Learn more about these wonderful cozies here.
Start with 8″, 10″ and 12″ squares to make three bowls that nest when not in use. Be sure to avoid fabric with metallic accents as they’ll spark in the microwave.
Also be sure to use all cotton everything so nothing melts when heated (fabric, batting and thread).
The cozies are very simple to make. You’ll have a set done before you know it.
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