It's no secret that I love fabric. Beautiful colors or kitchy prints get me every time, and I'm always looking for something to do with the little scraps of fabric I have left over from a project. At the same time, when I entertain, I'm also always looking for a way for our guests to identify their drink. So I put those two things together and whipped up this little craft which might come in handy during the onslaught of holiday drinking.
I'm calling it "A Snuggy For My Wine". The finished product looks like this:
This is the simplest of all crafts. You melt some fusible interfacing onto the back side of your fabric. Then trace your wine glass onto the fusible interfacing. Add a slightly larger circle to make room for the seam allowance. Cut one circle for the bottom and one for the top. The one for the top should be cut totally in half, and then cut again at right angles right down to the seam allowance (otherwise you won't get it on the glass.) The top pieces can be seen in the bottom half of the photo below:
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Happy Thanksgiving tout le monde! On towards Christmas!