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March 25, 2009


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Miracle. Girl. !!!


What a labour of love!

Petra from the Netherlands

Yes, our BBQ has a ready made cover. Still thanks for the tutorial! Great timing!

We bought a small garage recently, not attatched to our house. We are in the middle of planning our storage. One of the things I already thought of is to use the oilcloth (which I like but my sweetie not so much) to cover some bulky items. I didn't think of velcro before, but it will make the job easier I expect.



We need to do something like this. We have a little birdie trying to make a nest in ours. I keep reminding hubby to check inside before he grills. We keep cleaning it out and the bird is getting quite mad. I hope he finds another spot.

Melissa of {craftgasm}

The cover looks great to me. What I'm confused about is how the heck you're supposed to wheel the grill when the handle is on the opposite side from the actual wheels! Do you lift the handle up and tilt the grill forward to roll it somewhere? What a terrible design! Is there a hidden handle on the side with the wheels? I hope so, for your sake. Otherwise, I can't blame you for not wanting to cook on it. :)


Could you please paint eyes on the two knobs and a nice red pair of lips (or grinning teeth) on the two horizontal wooden handles? It would quickly turn into a happy bug or alien face with a brand new coat on!

Anne Weaver

Very nice!! (I'm thinking my own grill looks a little naked now.) I posted a link on Craft Gossip Sewing Blog: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-sew-a…om-grill-covertutorial-sew-a-custom-grill-cover/2009/03/26/


Yep, that's exactly what you do. It's horrible. Now it's hidden :)

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