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I will be rewatching this!! I have been wanting to make some bowl cozys for a long time now! What a great way to practice different designs!

The metallic side of Insul-brite wouldn't be good if you put this into the microwave. WrapNZap doesn't have the metallic. That's the difference in the 2 products.

Using a bowl cozie with a lightweight plastic bowl makes it easier and "special" for little hands to hold when eating snacks with Nana. 🥰

I usually go around mine twice close to edge and about quarter inch down the second row I may even use a decorative stitch

Watching the last part on the replay. Do you need any kind of quilting to hold the 2 layers together? more in the center, not just on the edges?

I has been so nice to spend my Saturday with you again

Thanks for this class. Glad ya'll are back, I missed my Saturday afternoon classes!!

I made these bowls for presents last Christmas. I wish I had known about the pivot Thanks again

If you use wrap n zap, in the microwave, you don’t need pot holder to pull your bowl from the microwave

Be careful with usung inselbrite in the microwave...I think there are metal fibers in it.

Do you ever have a problem with the side threading needle. My very first experience with one wouldn’t go through the fabric. It caught.

Love how the corners look. What a great tip. Thank you can’t wait to try this

Love these cozies. Could make them for specific holidays.

I use mine in the microwave so it's easier to get out without getting burned.

It is interesting that the small row of stitching inside the opening keeps the fabric together for topstitching. Never seen this befor. Why does this help? Thank you

I use all cotton and all cotton thread and batting when making these

Hello from Mississippi! I was afraid I would be late. Just got back from grocery. Sure am glad to see y’all here, I needed a reason to prop up my feet!!

I haven't tried this corner method but if you say it works, it must work. I will give it a try.

But i thought that was the whole point of using the fabric bowl.

Glad to have this session on Saturday! Sure missed you when the 2 of you were gone!

It is always good for refreshing the burying threads method.

The spiral foot is so versatile. I love working with it.

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Can I watch this at a different time

Missed you, Donnelle and Megan.

Hi from Healdsburg CA. Missed you

ill be there late to see replay as i work graveyard and have to sleep

Love what o show

Oh goodie can't wait 💜

Been missing this on Saturdays.

So glad you are back!!!!

Hooray! Been missing Saturday time with Donelle and Megan!

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Seattle, WA here, catching a few moments watching while my grandson naps!

Hi from Blue Mountains NSW Australia. Looking forward to seeing this quilt all together. Still waiting for my templates to arrive from the US.

Hi from central Canada 🇨🇦

Hi from New York❤

Hi from Wpg 🇨🇦

Gorgeous thank you for sharing

How many marks on the one she is using?

Wow! 40 marks!!!!

Hi from Western Massachusetts!

Ok thank you!

Hello from FL


Hi from Crescent City California sorry late

Hi from SF , CA

Thank you. It's been a great class.

Love it!


Hi from Michigan

Hi Mendy and Stacy

Hi from NJ.

So pretty!

Thank you

Hi from DeWitt Michigan

Hi from Wisconsin

How long is the sashlee template you were using?

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Kate will be taking this Sunday, June 20th off from her regularly scheduled Facebook LIVE. Kate will see you next week on June 27th at 2:00pm (Pacific time).

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These don’t seem to be showing up on my feed!

Kate tell Honey all of us from the Sunday Live wish him a Happy Father’s😎

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Check out the new Mapleleaf templates on the Sew Steady website-

Exciting pattern. Is there a coupon code for Stitch in the Ditch? 🇨🇦

Could you use this as a way of doing raw edge applique from the top - not Templee, so each leaf was a different fabric on the top of the background?

Hello from Shallow Lake Ontario Canada

They would be fun to make!

These should be popular for the fall and in Canada year round!

Interesting how you used the cutting your thread feature on your macnine and then pull up the bobbin thread.

Christmas in the Summer sounds great!

If you all have not gotten Donna’s winding ways you must get they are awesome

Love your template for doing stitch in the ditch

Hi from Prineville Oregon. Love your templates

Would love to see a 6 inch then maybe a 3 inch inside then temple the area between the two stitch lines revealed.

Yes think it would make great raw edge appliqué

Wow! Absolutely gorgeous! ❤️

I like your stitch in the ditch template. I've also been using the ribbon candy templates. Easy to use.

Hi Donna , I buy from stitch in the ditch, great service

Good morning from Victoria Australia

If only our ancestors to see these techniques. Dothan Alabama

Love your templates Donna , you are so creative

Hi from Sunny SE Michigan.

Hello Donna, sorry I'm late. Will have to go back and watch the beginning later.

Hello from boynton beach fl

Hello from virginia

Maybe a smaller one.

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