Bowl Cozies For Sale – here is a list of the bowl cozies that I sew and sell. #bowlcozy #bowl cozies
Bowl Cozies For Sale
Bowl cozies are made from 100% cotton fabric, 100% cotton thread and 100% cotton batting.
Bowl Cozies are great to protect your hands from a hot bowl or even a cold bowl. They truly make the perfect gift for anyone who eats … that is pretty much is all of us!
Bowl Cozies: A Practical and Stylish Addition to Your Kitchen
If you’ve ever burned your hands on a hot bowl of soup or struggled to keep your ice cream from melting too quickly, you know the importance of a good bowl cozy. These small but mighty accessories are not only practical but also stylish, making them a great addition to any kitchen.
So what exactly is a bowl cozy? It’s a small, insulated fabric holder designed to fit snugly around a bowl, keeping the contents warm or cold while protecting your hands from the heat. They’re typically made of cotton fabric and filled with a heat-resistant material such as batting or insulated fleece.
One of the biggest advantages of a bowl cozy is its versatility. You can use it for everything from holding a hot bowl of soup or chili to keeping your ice cream from melting too quickly. It’s also great for microwaving leftovers, as it will protect your hands from the heat while keeping the food from splattering all over the inside of your microwave.
But bowl cozies are more than just practical. They come in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles, making them a stylish addition to your kitchen. You can find them in everything from classic prints like gingham and stripes to trendy designs like floral and geometric patterns.
Another benefit of bowl cozies is their eco-friendliness. By using a bowl cozy instead of disposable paper or plastic bowls, you can reduce waste and save money in the long run. Plus, they’re easy to clean and maintain, so you can use them again and again.
When it comes to buying a bowl cozy, there are a few things to consider. First, make sure it’s the right size for your bowls. Most cozies are designed to fit standard-sized bowls, but if you have larger or smaller bowls, you may need to look for a size that fits.
You’ll also want to consider the materials used to make the cozy. Look for high-quality cotton fabric and a heat-resistant filling like batting or insulated fleece. And if you’re concerned about the environment, look for a cozy made from sustainable materials like organic cotton or recycled polyester.
Overall, bowl cozies are a practical and stylish addition to any kitchen. Whether you’re looking to keep your soup warm or your ice cream cold, a bowl cozy can help you do it in style. So why not add on
Bowl cozies are also known by other names such as microwave bowl holders, microwave bowl cozies, hot bowl holders, insulated bowl holders, and insulated bowl cozies. These terms are often used interchangeably to refer to the same type of product.
My step-mom loved hers for her ice cream!
A bowl cozy can help you enjoy your favorite bowl of soup or even a bowl of ice cream and protect your hands from the heat or cold.
However, if you are like my youngest niece and nephew, wear it as a hat as that is what she saw them as.
Soup is Witchcraft is a poplar blog post!
About Bowl Cozies / Baked Potato Zappers / Pot Holders
Bowl Cozies are great for transporting a hot bowl of soup, stew, or anything else. Not to mention, for holding a bowl of cold ice cream or even frozen dessert.
Bowl Cozies are reversible, you can use either side! Just flip it around.
Potato zappers and pot holders are great to transport hot products.
- 100% Cotton fabric
- 100% Cotton thread
- Pellon Zap-N-Wrap 100% Natural Cotton Batting
- 2 layers of batting on the Bowl Cozies
- 1 layer of batting on the Baked Potato Zappers
- 2 layers of batting on the Pot Holders
- Pattern Location: Pattern location will vary with each mask made. In some cases, the design may be tossed (right-side up, upside down, sideways, slant-ways, etc. all in the design).
- Washable: Recommended to hand wash and air dry. Note: cotton does shrink when washed!
- Thread color may vary
- Potatoes, Bowls, Food, Lovees, Props, Etc. shown are not included, used for presentation in the photo
- Size and shapes may vary, still learning to make bowl cozies
I recommend not using it in the microwave, but if you do …
- Microwave in 2-minute intervals for no longer than 8 minutes. (4 sets of 2-minute intervals)
- If cooking over 8 minutes it’s recommended to flip items or rotate cooked items to avoid overheating, continuing the 2-minute intervals.
- Do not leave your microwave unattended while in use.
- Do not microwave without food in a bowl or zapper.
- Not Fire Proof Or Flame Retardant!
- Do not leave it unattended in the microwave oven and do not heat it longer than the recommended time.
In most cases, I can use the fabric from this design to make the other things that I sell and sew here on Steve Sews.
- Bowl Cozies
- Christmas Stockings
- Decorative Pillows
- Face Masks
- Fidget Marble Mazes
- Pocket Tissue Holders
- Pot Holders
- Potato Zappers
- Rice Hand Warmers
- Zipper Pouches
- and much more!
Please Contact Steve Sews to ask about that. If you are looking for something specific let me know that too.
Soup is Witchcraft something to enjoy while using this special cozy for bowls.
Many more to come! Check back often!
Got something you want as a bowl cozy, Contact Steve and let him know.
Meet the staff and/or equipment for Steve Sews.
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- Forge (Circuit)
- Lovees (Stuffed Animals)
- Rosie (Antique Sewing Machine)
- Steve (Steve himself)
- The Masked Bandit (Steve’s older Sewing Machine)
- Van the T-Rex (Helper)
- Zee (Face Mask Model)
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