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Pattern Reviews> No Pattern Used> 2009.01 (Water Barrel cover)

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Posted on:1/21/09 0:57 AM
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Miss Fairchild said... (6/19/09 8:51 AM) Reply
What a great way to refashion an item. Such a necessary thing, too, and formerly living in So. Calif., I know how much it's needed! Do keep a few drops of bleach in that water, just to be sure it doesn't go bad when you need it; hopefully you won't.
PrairieTides said... (2/10/09 2:40 PM) Reply
Great use of a bad tent! I've used the fabric from a old tent once too. Nice job!
marec said... (1/31/09 7:36 PM) Reply
This is a neat idea!! I live in the high desert and so won't use this idea but can appreciate it nonetheless. :-)
Ody said... (1/22/09 0:13 AM) Reply
Great idea!!! Very cool!
said... (1/21/09 6:31 AM) Reply
What an intriguing idea. We are in southern Illinois, where it does rain and it does freeze. I can see the rain barrel from the kitchen window, and while we did paint it to match the garage, it is still unsightly. I will have to think about a cover for it. Great use of "found" fabirc!
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