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Old 12-03-2021, 07:32 PM
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I watched a very good YouTube video titled …How to Make a Kitchen Boa Scarf with Trim. It was done by Notches Sewing. If you are looking to make some quick gifts, they look really cute and handy. I know I will be making a couple for myself, maybe another QB member will provide a direct link but you can also search on YouTube using the title.
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Old 12-04-2021, 02:36 AM
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Tartan, Thank you 😊
Do not know how to furnish this particular link.

Is the author Notches Sewing ? Like the presentation and the list of products.
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Old 12-04-2021, 02:45 AM
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Well here I was envisioning something feathery, fluffy and fun to wear while doing dishes bedecked in a bathrobe, slippers and a nightcap. Alas, they are something far more practical! Thanks for info Tartan, they look like fun gifts to make!

https://youtu.be/vQgzpg7QUR8
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What are they used for? If I were to wear it cooking or preparing foods I'd probably catch it on fire or cut it while chopping food. I think I'll stick to my aprons to wipe my hands on.
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My three daughters and I each made a kitchen boa during our girls' retreat at my house a few weeks ago. I have an embroidery machine and we did designs on them. They were fun and useful. I have tried to upload a picture but it keeps failing.
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Thanks tallchick for providing a direct link!
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What a cool gift, thank you for sharing
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Old 12-04-2021, 05:00 PM
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That's really quick, easy & useful. I think I'll try to make a couple for gifts this year. Thanks for the link. The instructions were fantastic.
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Originally Posted by rjwilder View Post
What are they used for? If I were to wear it cooking or preparing foods I'd probably catch it on fire or cut it while chopping food. I think I'll stick to my aprons to wipe my hands on.
I was thinking that I'd probably be dragging the end thru everything I made. lol
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Old 12-06-2021, 11:37 AM
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Those are really cute, but I'm pretty sure that it would drive me nuts hanging around my neck. I always have a dishtowel thrown over my right shoulder while I'm cooking. Several times my sons/family have commented when I wear it to the dinner table!
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