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Thread: Crock Pot Cozie

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    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

    sew around inside and outside of ring
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    sewing the ring doesn't have to be perfect, I personally do NOT like circles Haa Haa
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    use a sefety pin to thread the elastic through ring,
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    see you can't even tell the middle isn't perfect!!!
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    That is so cute. Clever you

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    I really like this idea.

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    I love this idea, Thanks for sharing

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    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.

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    awesome idea and prettier than those pads!

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    Totally understandable, I've sold about 20 of these, it started out as gifts for friends now they want them as gifts to give out themselves,(sometimes its a burden to have a talent LOL)
    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.

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    very cute idea, thanks for sharing!

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    Neat idea. thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you! I saw this - probably in one of your other messages - and wondered how it was made! I wanted to look at it again but couldn't find the message I saw the picture in!! J

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    Coralee, cute Idea , thanks for sharing. I am going to make some for christmas presents.

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    What a neat idea, but why limit them to Crock Pot lids? They can be used on any pot lids, first comes to mind are the glass Corningware lids. I have more problem with the heat on those than even the crock pot.
    Another item for Christmas gifts.

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    What a good idea. would make a good quickie gift.
    thanks for the idea

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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
    What a great idea

    :thumbup:

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    That's very good idea, when I read it I understood to be 28.5 instead it's two-8.5 cut. I thought that a big circle. I made one to matach the color of my kitchen.
    It looks great. Alot of people are one for X-mas. Thanks for sharing this. :thumbup:

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    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.

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    OK! Something else to add to the Christmas presents list....would also make great stocking stuffers. I saw those yoyo coasters on ricky timms site and I think that will also be a good way to use us scraps. Thansk again

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    Love the idea and plan on making a few. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the idea! Couldn't figure out what it was at first - long, hard week LOL. I'll make some for Christmas, too!

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    Very cute Coralee. Thank you for the tutorial!

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    How clever and thank you very much for sharing! Can't wait to make myself one as we use the crock pot a lot especially in the winter! Beats burning my fingers each time!

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    Thanks for sharing this - will be making one soon.

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    Thank you so much for this idea. I have so many Christmas gifts to do and This is going to be on the top of the list. Awesome idea.

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Cute, I'll have to try this. Thanks for sharing. 8-)

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