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Reviewed by:Handshake

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Posted on:12/5/13 1:13 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 5 people   
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raggmopp said... (12/6/13 7:45 PM) Reply
Practical and cheerful for the sewing room. Thanks for sharing.
TGWGWS said... (12/6/13 6:12 PM) Reply
Great job! Thanks for posting.
dhsewsalittle said... (12/6/13 3:01 PM) Reply
That's a great cover! Sometimes, the simplest solution is also the most enjoyable. :)
Handshake said... (12/6/13 1:11 PM) Reply
GollyGosh! Nine reviews for such a simple thing. I am amazed. Thank you, ladies!
Michele Lommasson said... (12/6/13 11:35 AM) Reply
It's very nice! What a fine use of flawed fabric. Simple sewing is sometimes the most rewarding.
JDpenelope said... (12/6/13 8:08 AM) Reply
That's nice! After pricing premium covers ahile back, I did virtually the same thing. So easy, looks good, fits better than most store bought covers. You remind me tgat I need to wadh mine. I ought go make another one, so there will be no down time for use if my iron in the interim.
zuzu_petal said... (12/6/13 5:38 AM) Reply
Here's to cheap thrills! Love it.
MrsCharisma said... (12/5/13 8:33 PM) Reply
Yay!! It came out really nice! Love the blue gingham!!
jenleeC said... (12/5/13 5:22 PM) Reply
You've got my vote! Much nicer than my current tatty looking cover and a great way to use up some stash fabric.
canei said... (12/5/13 5:17 PM) Reply
Very nice. I made one a few years ago and was very happy with it. Mine was nicely padded and was a breeze to sew...
EleanorSews said... (12/5/13 2:52 PM) Reply
Just finished your thread and came to pattern reviews and voila! Having done this before, I agree...great project great sense of satisfaction and especially great when the cost virtually nil!
HanPanda said... (12/5/13 2:39 PM) Reply
I read your thread and did just the same thing yesterday!! Looks like we were both on the same page. :P It looks great! And if the 1" squares are even, it'll be lovely for marking things.
SewLibra said... (12/5/13 1:59 PM) Reply
Very nice! It is fun to sew something simple and enjoy every minute of it due to no frustrations!
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