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August 13, 2013


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~amy~ that coffee sleeve!!!! I'm so happy PTI is releasing a new coffee set!

June K.

OMG, you die cut a portion of a sweater? WOW, the things you think of. So darling. Love your entire combo set.

Leigh Penner

Wow, Betsy, this is amazing!
When I saw the cozy die on Nichole's blog, I wondered if it would work to use it for old sweaters...... and then I came here, and this is exactly what you've done! I love it that I had the same idea as you! ;)

Linda Nicholson

This is so fabulous! Your sweater cozy really does look all soft and cozy. Thank you for the instructions on how to do it, although being a visual learner let me be the first to ask for a video! :-). I also just adore your card! Love the bright pops of color against the chalkboard effect!


Kelly Schirmer

I am in absolute awe of this project....perfection!!!!

Alice Golden

Love this idea - great way to use an old sweater to make a gift. Just pinned! Thanks for the inspiration!

Mendi Yoshikawa

Super clever idea to use the sweater! These turned out so cute! :)


This is absolutely adorable!! When I saw the photo on Nichole's blog, I thought you had knitted that little cozy!! I was thinking-WOW!! I love how you up-cycled a sweater. That is such a fabulous idea!!! Thank you for sharing your clever ideas.

Tracey McNeely

How smart to upcycle a sweater for your cozy--brilliant idea!

Betty  B.

There are no hot fingers with your beautiful coffee cozy and love the bag & topper!

Rachel P

Oh My Goodness, incredibly adorable!! I wish I had thought of using some of my old sweaters this way before dumping them! Oh well, thrift store, here I come, with a new purpose! This whole ensemble is just too the idea of the crayons on the Smokey Shadow ink to create a chalk look. Just amazing.

Nancy Penir

How fun is this set? Looking through all the old sweaters. Love the chalkboard looks you create!

Lori Aragon

Oh I ADORE these Betsy!!!


Seriously, Betsy!! Your creativity is truly amazing! I never cease to be amazed by how much time, effort, and attention to detail you give to each project. You are so inspiring!!

Loly Borda

Love this Betsy! So creative to use an old sweater, looks great!TFS


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