This is a wonderful idea. I am going to have to make a few of these as I am one of those short people that the belt cuts into the neck! I am forever moving the belt out of the way.
Thanks for your kind words***
These seat belt covers you'd done look lovely& would make such handy gifts particularly for those folks that seem to be challenging for whom to get gifts.Appreciate all the photos& your sharing it too. God's blessings to you. :~D
Well hello D nice to hear from you and Thanks for your kind words hugs
Well done, Carolyn!
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What a great job in showing how to use these, Carolyn......I love your fabrics.....
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What a great idea! I bet most of us are checking out our pot holder drawer! I will make some!
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I made some for my husband who has a port for chemotherapy and also one for a friend who has a pacemaker so the seatbelt does not rub. Never thought to use potholders! What a great idea and easy peasy. Kudos to you. Hugs. Nan W
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Great idea will have to make some for my family
They love them mine do***
Several years ago my 16 year old granddaughter was killed in auto accident so I made seat belt covers for all the rest of the grandkids with her name on it so every time they get behind the wheel they are reminded to drive defensively.
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Thank you Carolyn.
Very clever idea! Potholders are not just for the kitchen anymore!
You got it*****
Perfect. Exactly what I need even though I am tall. What did you use to embroider on? Looks like potholders.
i put tear away in frame and pined potholder top and bottom only***
I never drive my car without my woollen ones, they're nice and fluffy. Well done on yours Carolyn. Love Chris
Oh goodness, I never realized they were made of ready made potholders. Brilliant idea Carolyn,
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The are so Handy!!!Well done
Clever Idea. Love the colour.
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