Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Door Jammers



The Door Jammers tutorial has been updated and improved! You can find the new tutorial HERE. This blog has moved to CraftyBridge.com


Thanks for stopping by!
Bridget

XOXO

13 comments:

  1. Great tutorial. I saw your link on The 36th Avenue link party.

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  2. Love it!!! I have seen these for sale on etsy but hadn't figured out how to do it myself. Thanks!

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  3. do you keep the index card in there?

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    1. Hi Andreya,
      You do not keep the index card in there, just use it as a template. It also helps to make sharp edges when you press the edges of the fabric. Once the edges are pressed, pull out the index card (step 3). Good luck! I hope this helps!

      Bridget

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  4. I love your fabric! care to share your source?

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    1. I shop mostly at Joann's Fabrics, a large craft store near me. But I also love to shop online at pinkchalkfabrics.com - I adore their unique patterns. Thanks for stopping by!

      - Bridge

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  5. Ready to make, but something just occurred to me. There are two different size index cards. What size index card do you use for the template?

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    1. I used a 3x5 index card! Great question!

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  6. This is awesome. Thanks Bridge

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  7. I just made two of these in less than a half hour to give with a matching quilt at a baby shower! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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    1. QuiltingRage, you are so welcome! I'm glad you could use my post! Thanks for checking out my blog!

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  8. Thank yo so much for posting this! I just made six "sleep-savers" for our house, but I had to make a little adjustment for our doors. The 3x5 card template came right up to the knob, so I needed to either trim the pads shorter than the card or make sure that the bands were on the tight side. I also must have used some particularly thin batting because I had to double it up. In the end, our house is now much quieter and very cute. This tutorial was the perfect starting place. Thank you again for sharing!

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  9. Cannot wait to make these for the nursery! I am going to try a no sew method.

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