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Thread: Crock Pot Cozie

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    If you were to sell them, what would you charge? I think I will put a little loop on mine to hang them up when not in use also.

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    Hi Coralee, which end of Jeff are you in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coralee
    The cozie is super easy to make, cut 2 8.5 inch circles out of material and 1 from felt type batting, stack the material wrong sides out on the batting, sew all around the outside with a 1/4 seam alowance and leave a 1 inch gap, turn inside out and tuck in 1 inch gap. Sew around the outside to flatten the outside seam. Cut a 4 1/4 circle from paper and 1/2 inch ring inside it, pin it to the middle of the cozie and sew around both sides of the paper, remove the paper, cut a small slit and feed a piece of elastic through the slit and join the two ends and tie in a slipknot tuck the knot inside the slit and turn the cozie right side out
    Does the knob get hot to need this?

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    hello, I live over by the golf course by Ellis Blvd, where are you?.
    Quote Originally Posted by BZ quilting
    Hi Coralee, which end of Jeff are you in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by overdew
    You can crochet these also. When finished, mine look like little sombreros, but fit nicely on the knob. Do a search for directions. I forgot the name of it.
    I crochet them too but mine are little chickens :-D

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    I would love the pattern for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coralee
    hello, I live over by the golf course by Ellis Blvd, where are you?.
    Quote Originally Posted by BZ quilting
    Hi Coralee, which end of Jeff are you in?
    On the west end. It is kind of funny seeing people from all over the world on here, and then someone in your own town.

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    Too cool! Just love it!
    Kind Regards,
    MaryAnna

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    That is so cute. I don't even own a crock pot. God bless.

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    Thanks, great idea.

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    Thanks for sharing pattern, these are going to be great in my kitchen!

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    Great stocking stuffer for the big kids....hehe
    I'm going to have make some

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    gotta have one of these...

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    you have been bookmarked. really neat

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    Clever and cute!!

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    What a great idea. Thank You. I sure can use some of these for my regular pan lids.

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    You are my hero! My 2 and 3 year old love to play with potholders and I can never find one. I'm going to make some of these!

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    reat Idea, great for gifts,Sheila

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    I made a few of these but I got lazy and zig zaged around a small elastic pony tail holder on the underneath side, Pulled to gather and then stitched the ends.
    OK - I need a better idea on how you did the ponytail holders - sounds much easier lol

    I too live in Jeff city - on east end!!!

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    very cute thanks for sharing

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    Ok some of the crockpots today don't have round knobs anymore, so I am thinking instead of a round circle to make, make a oval one so it will stay on. Any ideas on this?

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