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  1. Gina Rios

    Tudah Rbah (thank you very much). I am eager to make some of these. I tried the melted beeswax and it made the fabric so stick and unappealing to my family. It is for making it leak proof, but for these covers, the beeswax is not something I would want to do anymore. Before I leave, let me tell you, the real and ancient Name of the Creator is Hayah asher Hayah (Exodus 3:13-14). Also, we are to do the 7 appointed times of Leviticus 23. AMN.

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  2. Michelle Hill

    I'm not even seeing when the fusible fleece is mentioned. If you are a beginner sewer and not a quilter it's not really a given that the fleece is included. I don't see any instructions that say to cut out a circle of fleece as well and it's not included in any list of materials. That's leaving out a really important step.

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  3. Shubha Mohan

    tried this cover…wonderful tutorial….thank u…
    https://www.facebook.com/ShubhaCraftyCorner/photos/a.417930648553660.1073741832.230481743965219/704196403260415/?type=3&theater

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  4. Janine Tollot

    Thanks for this great tutorial. Just wondering about the fusible fleece. Is it necessary? Would those work just as well without it? Do you put it on just to give the fabric more body or does it actually help to keep the food fresh for longer?

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  5. K M

    Jennifer, Nicely done. Have you tried making them with the PUL material? Thinking of trying it because it's washable, too. Thanks – new subscriber – Kathleen

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  6. Sue Nuckles

    Jennifer, I've discovered that when you feed elastic through the "channel" it goes easier and faster if you also slide a button onto the safety pin. Use the largest button you possibly can. One with a shank seems to work the best. The button just seems to roll through the "channel".

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  7. Paticakes

    I love visiting your website Jen and your You Tube site because you share the cutest and most useful ways to make creative projects that are sooooooo darn cute not to mention that you provide all the current fabrics and kits anyone could ever want! Your instructions are very clear and easy to follow. I've made so many gifts for folks based on your demos. I'm still working through my SF fabric stash but you can be sure when I buy fabric again it will be from Shabby Fabrics! THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO!!

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  8. Conchita Quilt

    Another great and very useful project Jen, thank you 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Just one thing wasn't very clear, do you like and recommend the Frixion Pen or not? LOL 😜 Thanks again! 😉

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  9. Barbara Showerman

    Jen, Can't tell you how happy it makes me to NOT have to watch you sew! I know how to do that…I just want to see what you are making and how to do it!!!

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  10. Debra Recknor

    Did you now that if you write a message with th FriXion pen, iron it to make it disappear, and then put it in the freezer, it will reappear? fun for kids to write secret messages!!

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