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Hey Cat woman! Here's a quick & easy project for your upcoming show!

https://happiestcamper.com/jar-opene...ewing-project/

I used a little ladybug print for the outside and a large lady bug print under the non-slip liner. You really can't even tell what the print is. I might be inclined to use a solid color fabric under the non-slip piece. Dollar Tree carries black, tan and off white rolls of non-slip shelf liner. I used a 3/4" black magnet.

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KeyKid 07-17-2019 07:59 AM

I've made a total of 8. 7 of them, I left the magnet to be free-floating inside. I stitched the magnet into the corner in one of them.

Um...sorry.

Cat woman 07-16-2019 07:40 PM

I vowed to finish the projects on my cutting table and not start anything new until after the show. Darn it! Now I have to break my vow . I think I might even have some of that shelf liner in my basement and of course I have a stash of fabrics Thanks for the link and idea!

KeyKid 07-15-2019 10:37 PM

Hey Cat woman! Here's a quick & easy project for your upcoming show!

https://happiestcamper.com/jar-opene...ewing-project/

I used a little ladybug print for the outside and a large lady bug print under the non-slip liner. You really can't even tell what the print is. I might be inclined to use a solid color fabric under the non-slip piece. Dollar Tree carries black, tan and off white rolls of non-slip shelf liner. I used a 3/4" black magnet.




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