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Lighten up on the plastic wrap and foil; go green with these cute fabric bowl covers. They’re great for dining outside. Slip one over an open bowl to keep dirt and buggies from invading. When inside, they can help keep food warm.

Warmer Summer days mean it’s time to plan a picnic. Our double layer blanket is simple and quick; you could start it after lunch and be using it by dinner. Reinforced corners with grommets let you spike the blanket into the ground.

These clever mats are an outdoor version of the mug rug. There’s a full-width pocket and a grommet for hanging to store.  Hold utensils or slip in a paperback to hold your place on a breezy day. Outdoor fabric adds durability.

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.

A pretty option for dining indoors or out. Cut, layer, stitch, serve (shaken not stirred). It’s just that easy and as cute and colorful as can be. Super fast and a great option for scraps – especially leftover charm squares.

Insulated with thermal batting to help keep food warm or cold. There are plenty of interior pockets – all in easy-care PUL. And the top zipper provides a secure closure so even if the tote tips, your picnic doesn’t spill.

Handy pockets make it easier to shuttle utensils from the kitchen to the patio. Load them up, stack them up, carry them out. Because they’re self-contained, you can use them with placemats, tablecloths or right on the table.

Did you know the paper napkin made its debut in 1887? While that's quite historical, we still prefer the cloth napkin. And, making your own festive fabric napkins for a party – or just for everyday - is a fun and easy way to spruce up a place setting. Fabric napkins are super simple to
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