Hi Toogie, I don't get what people would use these for????
And you say you use yours for ice-cream, why?
I'm just curious because I use pot mits and cork place mats to place hot pots on so the only bowl I use in the microwave is for making Ray's porridge and I wouldn't put the bowl into a cozy in case the porridge boiled over.
I'm afraid all I can see is more unnecessary washing to do. LOL!!!
But they do LOOK pretty! MWA!
This is Wrap-N-Zap by Pellon.
I found something that looked similar and said 100% cotton HOWEVER, when I read the Contnts said 90% cotton and 10% synthetic or resin or something other than cotton!
Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing with all of us. You blessed us!
The good thing is they can be made with any Cotton fabric. I use mine mainly for ice cream 🍨
That is exactly how I make mine as well. I also pin label on with these instructions: This microwave bowl potholder is made from 100% cotton materials. It can be used in the microwave on high power for 2 to 3 minutes at a time. Any more can cause burning to occur. Can also be used for cold sides such as ice cream. Machine washable, but no fabric softener. Please wash before first use. Hugs. Nan
Thank you, yes, I must include a label.
Thank you for the instructions
You’re very welcome
These are gorgeous Toogie, great instructions for making them. Love Chris
Thanks Chris, they are useful to me anyway.
Hi Toogie, I made these for this Christmas for the girls to have a game of choice and if they want to switch. Made about 10 so that any extra could go to my daughter in laws mom and sister and a couple of my sister in laws. I use them also. They make wonderful gifts. I bought the microwaveable stuff but read if you use 100% cotton batting to make sure no glues or resins are listed. I recommend on a written card to put in the microwave no longer than 2-3 minutes, just so they know. Yours are so lovely. I did round corners and square corners-whatever my mood was that day, lol.
I saw one the other day where the corners were chopped off square. Cute, different, but doesn’t give you much to grasp when removing from the microwave. The tags of caution is a good idea. Thanks
Thank you for the detailed instructions. I know a lot of folks would enjoy making these.
I mostly wrote them because jenne was curious.