Did I just step into Bizzaro world?
Haha "old man"… funny ending to a fantastic job! Ty
Could you let me know where you got your cording from
What is "veragated"? I hear it quite a bit. "Use -(Veragated thread…). Sorry I don't know how to spell it, and I just started quilting and sewing.)
I can see these made into round flat placemats or a round flat rug.
Hola desde Puerto Rico,…😃👍
I needed that surprising ending! Ha-hee! The bowl is great!
HahaOld man time
My mom used to make these in the 80’sTons of them she even made handles in them. And large wood beads as part of the handles and a wood beef for a top handle on a lid I’m not sure what ever happened to the ones I made. She used to incorporate lace and ribbon too. I remember her using a filament (strong clear thread) if I ever see them… I’ll send you some pictures She’s getting her house of 40 years packed up.
Where do you get the Velcro ties
Haahhaa!!! 😂😂😂 The ending…! 😁
So easy to make! And, this is a wonderful way to use up some stash, or "left-over" binding scraps.
I made these years ago for gifts you did it a little different then me but think your way is better idea I will have to try your ideas thanks
Great tutorial, as usual. Loved the beard by the way! Would you use cotton pipping if you were to make a rug? I was wondering about the final weight…
I love this idea. Can you show us how to make a jelly roll rug? I've seen some options that use batting or clothesline to form the strips.
Thank you, I just found out about your site, great idea and fun instructions! 🌈💚🧡💜
What is the width and length of your zigzag stitch?
Like yay, you are starting to look more like Si everyday!
Omg you are so funny!! What kind of machine were you using?
LOL! Great ending, thanks for keeping it light 🙂
Great video! Nice bowls and loved your ending hahaha !!
Lol 😂 oh Rob you’re so funny ! I love the bowl that you made it was awesome I’m going to have to try it myself and it really didn’t look that hard👍🏼
you need well more views
Love this project but scared to break needle!
WOW ROB I LOVE THIS VIDEO — A LOT OF PATIENCE I ADMIRE THAT SWEETIE — HOW COME YOU DON'T A WEB SIGHT WERE THE BOWLS YOU MAKE CAN BE SOLD — LOVE THE IDEA — FOR THE THINGS LAYING AROUND THE HOUSE … KEEP ME POSTED IF YOU DECIDE TO GO THAT ROUTE — [email protected] OR [email protected] …. MY DAUGHTER FIND THESE BOWLS SOME THING THEY'S BUY …. GREAT IDEA WE JUST DON'T HAVE THE PATIENCE WITH OUR HECTIC SCHEDULES — LOVE LOVE – LOVE —
Tudah Rbah (thank you very much). Before i leave, the Name of the Creator is Hayah. Also, we are to do the 7 appointed times, as written in Leviticus 23, but no more animal sacrifices, following the sacrifice of the Messiah. HaLLUYaH.
LOL!!!! I was totally 'wrapped' in that vid…. you make the hardest things look so easy! 👍💖
Hi Rob. I have made one of these bowls. I did all my wrapping first and then sewing. I found it faster than wrapping while attached to the machine. I just stuck pins in as I added a new strip. Thanks for the video.
Awesome project Rob, great job. Your tutorials motivate me to try something new. Thank you.
hi, really time consuming i don't think i would make one but they are lovely
Hi Rob, I love your tutorials. You did one with a beautiful pink/magenta flower stacking the pedals from dark to light. You used the same cut of material. It kind of faded from top to bottom. I have searched for that material to no avail. Ughh I want to do that flower please help me find that fabric! Thanks in advance. 😊
Great tutorial–thanks for all the great technical tips, particularly for managing the fabric and cording as your go along. I was using an elastic that happened to be in my sewing room for holding the cording in a bundle, but it was too stretchy and didn't work particularly well. I didn't pause long enough to come up with a better idea for holding onto the cording. Velco strips! Genius! :o)
the ending was hilarious and unexpected!!! great job;)
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