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18 October 2011


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What a fantastic idea! Maybe I'll make one for my brother the chef!


So cute!

Debra L

I just love the creative use of the bottle caps!


The idea is great and simple :) I have to try it. But first I have to drink a lot of beer or coke ;)


Neat recycling idea...thanks :)


Penny you are so creative always!! Love it, thanks for sharing!


Now, I may have seen - everything!

Kate F.

A cute gift and an excuse to drink more fancy sodas and ciders? Win-win.


What a great way to recycle. Creating a lovely functional item for the kitchen.

Peach Rainbow


melissa sullivan

very neat, thanks for sharing


What an adorable tutorial! I don't actually have any bottle caps, but if I can find some, I now know what to make!

Thanks for a chance to win the FQ Shop certificate!

Stray Stitches

Thanks for the wonderful tutorial and for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

Mama Spark

Amazing! what a good idea. Better start saving those bottle caps.


Very clever. I've been saving bottlecaps, but with, hem, not project in mind. Saving them for a trivet; I see it now!


I love it!


Now that is CUTE! Gonna have to try it!

Mary Ellen H.

Clever idea, could, also, make them into refrigerator magnets. Love your old pencil sharpener.

Linda V

Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway!!


Love the tutorial. Looks like a fun and easy project. Thanks for the giveaway, too.


Adorable idea!


Very clever idea. I might be able to whip up a couple of these this year. Maybe even give one away. LOL


Too cute, what a clever upcycle idea.
Thank you

Lynn Christiansen

Love this! Thanks so much for sharing!


Oh that is soooo clever!!!! Thank you for the great idea & tutorial.

charlotte @ twelfthzodiac

Some of my daycare kiddos would love to do this! Maybe a special gift from them for their moms this Christmas, thanks!


We have thousands of bottle caps that we've been keeping for a "future project." I bet no one would even notice if I swiped a few for this project! Yours turned out so very cute, I think I will try this!

Kara Goodwin

Thank you for the tutorial - what a clever idea! Thank you for taking the time to do that.

adele armstrong

Such a cute, unique idea! Thanks for the tutorial.

Linda E in AZ

That is a really cute project with the bottle caps - haven't seen that many of them in a long... time!


I love this...thanks for doing the tutorial! I think it would also be fun to do this with my niece since it seems kid-friendly enough for her to make for her mom as a gift. Thanks for the idea!

Evelene Sterling

What a clever use of bottle caps and a great idea for a trivet!


Aren't these fun! Thanks for the neat tutorial, Penny!


I remember making these with crocheted covers...a long time ago! I like the way you did it. Great tutorial.


How fabulous!!! and way easier than I expected thanks so much for the great tutorial and giveaway!


what a neat idea - thanks for sharing!


These are very cute and so versatile. You can use any kind of fabric for these. Thanks for sharing :)


Cute!! I need to find some bottle caps soon!

Dona Reynolds

Great tutorial. Now I have to save the caps!


Never saw anything like this! Cute idea- thanks for sharing!


Cute idea--we have lots of bottle caps so I might have to try that!

krista - Poppyprint

Oh my, what a great idea!!! As always, inspired fabric choices, Penny.


What a terrific idea! Thank you so much for taking the time to put the tutorial together!


Thank you for a great tutorial!

Sandy Corey

What a great way to recycle. I see a few of these in my future.
Thank you

Brenda Howard

That was so cool I could do that, never thought about doing that. Thanks so much.

Dianne Giles

Great idea - now I don't have to put the bottle caps in the recycling bin. Thanks for the chance, Dianne


adorable idea, Penny. :)

Laura Hayward

Very Cute trivet. Thanks for the tutorial.


Very cute trivit. Thanks.

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