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Thread: ♥ Car Caddy

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    ♥ Car Caddy

    I was in live chat and they were talking about a car caddy, so I searched and found this link and wanted to share it with all of you.

    http://www.sewwequilt.com/2011/07/ca...k-of-that.html
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    This is nice thank you.

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    thank you. going to make some today

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    Thank you Craftybear. I have made lots and lots of these now and they are so popular. You clever, clever girl. I have bookmarked the site.
    Mary B

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    This pattern is very handy. I made some and put velcro on top flap and fastened to my sewing station for thread and scraps--love it
    quilting in beautiful Ohio

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    hello quiltlaurie. i was wondering how you made it to go on your machine.i have a sewing machine and it is in a cabinet. just can not picture where to hang it..
    ​debra

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    Hi Debra
    I have a cabinet also. on the underside of the flap I sewed a piece of velcro. On the underside of the top of the cabinet
    I placed a strip of "sticky-back velcro" then folded the sewed priece upward to attach. I hope this is clear enough.

    Laurie
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    Those are neat. I made one and a car organizer for my son when he and family took a long distance trip from San Diego to Great Lakes, IL. I used fabric with the 50 states. Lost the picture when my computer crashed.
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    thank you very much laurie it is hanging up now beside me as i sew...
    ​debra

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    thank you sewfine will be busy. on this rainy day.. happy new year and happy new year to you laurie..
    ​debra

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    Great pattern! thank you for posting the link!

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    Thanks sew much! Will make two today! Perfect New Year's gift for family!

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    Thanks for the link. Just what our vehicles are needing for 2013.
    Carol

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    Thanks, craftybear, I love your links!
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    Craftybear: Thanks for sharing .. something my DD needs in her suburban for sure ! Thanks !!
    Hoping you had a great New Year's !
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    Thanks Crafty Bear. I like this one. It can be placed somewhere handy. That's my problem with the ones on the back of the seat, etc. I can't reach them while driving...
    Linda

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    I just had to modify my daughters thread catcher like this so she could hang it on a shelf above
    her washer and dryer to collect lint. I made a plastic liner for it so it would be easy to clean out.
    If I show her this trash collecter I know she will have to have one of those too!!! Thanks for
    the website Craftybear.

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    Perfect! Thanks so much for sharing!
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    Thank you Craftybear...you find the neatest stuff!!!

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    Thanks for sharing. I Pinned it so I can make one when I get done with current projects!
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