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September 23, 2009

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Christine

You are good, Susan! I hate appliances all over the counter but that one would be welcome.

barbara

Who knew a toaster could look that good?

Kim

That is one darned cute toaster cover. Probably the cutest one that I've ever seen, actually!

Lisa

Oh now that is a well dressed toaster! You did a great job!
Hugs, Lisa

Jill

So cute! I love anything made out of vintage tablecloth fabric, but I especially love that toaster cover- such a great idea!

Wendy

So cute, love the shape of it and the piping is perfect!

Claudia

That is the cutest toaster cover! I love the vintage fabric. What a cheery sight it will be on your friend's counter!

Melody

Just love how the ideas just 'pop' from your blog!
Melody

colette

Love your work, Susan. You always have such cheerful items on your blog! Makes me happy to come by and see what you are up to. Nice job on that adorable toaster cozy.

xo Colette

georgiapeachez

Cute! That tablecloth was the perfect choice. xo, suzy

Mom Wald's Place

Nicely done! I'm not usually a fan of appliance covers, but this one won me over. Bravo for giving the vintage tablecloth new life. Your extra touches of the border along the bottom, buttons, and piping really make it special. What a wonderful friend you are!

{better than candy}

love it.. looks nice!

Claire

What a beauty! I love the print =)

sandy McClay

I have a toaster just like this but it is red, but it is looking a little sad now that it is older, I would love a toaster cover....do you have instructions for this???? I don't sew much but I have a friend that does that would help me....I just stopped in your blog for a minute and I have been here 20!!!! Thanks!

karen

That turned out darling! And I love old tablecloths too, thinking of using those as an inspiration to redo the kitchen colors! karen....

Irina

Hi, I have featured this lovely idea in a blog post called 20 ways with piping. Please check it out if you’d like.
http://sewandthecity.blogspot.com/2011/09/twenty-ways-with-piping.html

Best regards
Irina

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