A freshly warmed tortilla or flatbread is a wonderful accompaniment to dozens of different meals. However, keeping things warm from the oven or stove to the table is…
A wonderful present for the foodies on your gift list who love to share their homemade treats. Our wrap-it-up design includes a handy loop to clip a pot holder and an inside pocket for a serving utensil.
Tall and thin, but big enough to hold the tallest of Rieslings and the roundest of Champagnes. It’s a fabulous way to turn a gift of wine into two presents in one. Colorful carabiners are the perfect size and shape for the handles.
One of our most popular patterns ever! Made with all natural fibers, these bowl wraps can go right into the microwave. But wait… there’s more. They work just as well to protect your hands from too cold dishes, like ice cream.
Pretty picnic style! These adorable pocketed liners are created especially for classic mini bushel baskets, which are super easy to source, but we also outline all the steps you need to adapt the sizing for your own basket.
The right time to pop on a cozy to keep things toasty is while your tea is steeping. It will also help keep your tea warm between cups. We offer free pattern downloads for the cozy itself as well as the cute teapot appliqué.
Has warmer weather brought the watery eyes and red noses of allergy season? Don’t let it sneak up without a fashion solution. Make sure you’re prepared with a pretty tissue box cover to help distract you from sneezing.
Baby Shower Power Gift! Our baby-on-the-go thermal baby bottle carrier has a water-resistant PUL lining with a layer of insulating batting and a trendy fabric exterior. The handy Velcro® strap can hook onto a stroller.
Tissue boxes are much prettier these days, but still may not be right for your room. Personalize the look with your own cover. You’ll love the pop-from-the-top grommet! The free pattern download fits a standard square-style box.
A jar wrap helps absorb condensation, makes the jar easier to handle, and looks super cute. We show how to create pretty striped accent bands from a few fave pieces of leftover fabric, making it a fun ScrapBusters project.