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    To store those Clean & Dirty hankies!

Eco Travel Lid

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    Perfect for picnics or parties!

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Wendy

Brilliant!

Jennifer

Yeah, this is GENIUS!

Deb

Yes! I hate the waste of foil and plastic wrap, and this is just what I need!

Dragonfly

Love it!

Margo

This is a great idea. I could feel like I am being both green and thrifty each time I use it. I wonder if a pocket could be added to place an icepack to keep foods just a tad colder until they reach their destination?

UK lass in US

I like this idea. Now I just need people to want me to bring things to picnics - for some reason people always tell me to bring drinks or bread. I wonder if my husband has been telling tales out of my kitchen...

allyson

Ha!!! Same for me : ) I'm vegetarian so they always ask me to bring salad or drinks!

Teacher Teacher: Great idea! The pocket could be sewn into the underside and as long as the ice pack isn't too heavy it should work.

Kristie

You should sell these, in your store. I am not very crafty, but I would love to buy some. Great idea!

Anne

FABULOUS!!! I linked to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-eco-travel-lid-reusable-bowl-cover-from-fabric/2010/05/26/

--Anne

Sylvie

Thank you for the tutorial! It is GREAT !

Morgan

Genius. I mean, pure genius.

Judy P

This is fabulous! What a great hostess or christmas gift for those who have everything!

In Honor Of Design

new to your blog via Alli and I looove it! This is definately worth bookmarking!

Coffeeandcream2010.blogspot.com

Great for keeping insects off the salad leaves when we're eating outside - thanks for a great tutorial (found via whipup)!

It took less than an hour to make, super easy and looks fab - http://www.flickr.com/photos/31021769@N03/4650341248/

Thank you!

...love Maegan

this is genius!

Jessica

This is such a great project! I posted about it here...

http://fortandfield.blogspot.com/2010/06/eco-travel-lid.html

with a link back to you. Thanks for sharing!

Panhandle Jane

I like this idea as well. However, I am old enough to remember that everyone used to have these back before Saran Wrap. They were made from heavy plastic in various sizes and you washed them between usings. As a child, I thought they were like tiny showercaps.

laura

BRILLIANT!!!!!!!

LP

Tiens c'est vraiment original et pratique

Diane

I just love this. I just made one today in a short time. It was great fun to make. I have linked it onto my blog for all my friends to see. Thank you!

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