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    Mason Jar Koozie made out of an old sweater sleeve.

    sweater sleeve turned wine koozie

    Christmas Koozies These koozies, crafted using an old wool sweater in holiday hues, have endless possibilities. Felt a sweater by washing in hot water and tumbling dry. Cut the sweater into rectangular pieces and sew into tubes to fit your containers. Make koozies to cover pots of planted evergreens or glasses to hold Christmas candies. They also work great for to-go coffee cups.

    Recycled Sweater Koozie this has the directions

    #coffee mug sweater #koozie

    Freaker USA Cool Knit Koozies by Zach Crain

    sweater to mittens!

    sweater pillows

    Love these sweater shrugs. I have a few and they're just enough to keep you warm but not overly warm.

    diy with pink doilies

    Need one of these!

    Felted Sweater Surprises

    Here's how to mend holes in knits. I had no idea you should do it this way


    sparkle pom pom stirrers

    BRILLIANT. "Scoop out the watermelon and have that with a barbecue, and then cut a hole to fit a keg shank. Fill with drink of choice (watermelon sours would be perfect, but any summery, pulp-free drink would do), et voila."

    citrus strawberry drink- YUM!

    pink drinks

    Burlap and Sharpie. Cute for holidays. Just use words like cheer, joy, noel, merry, peace, etc.

    2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. Imprint & Bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and spray with metallic paint.