DIY Fabric Jar Openers: A New One Minute Video


I’m not much of a gardener, no green thumb for this girl.

But, give me a canner, some beautiful jars, a few lids and I will put some serious food by.

I can make jam like nobody’s business. Pickled asparagus or zucchini relish? Bring it on! Got a tree full of cherries you want to get rid of? Give me a call. Your box full of tomatoes doesn’t scare me, I smell some salsa in your future. Peaches, pears, or plums, I’ll happily can them all.

But, sometimes one of those beauties will be hard to open. That’s where my love of sewing comes in. Who knew a little piece of rubber shelf liner and a scrap of your favorite fabric could help open a jar?

Click here for the complete fabric jar opener how-to.

Or check out the videos here:

Personally, I think these would be a great gift. Plus it’s a perfect way to use up some fabric scraps.

For more sewing inspiration and tutorials, click here.

Happy sewing, canning and easy jar opening!

Beth

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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2 Responses to DIY Fabric Jar Openers: A New One Minute Video

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow Beth, what a super idea… I struggle to find things in the store to help with this. I just happen to have some left over that’s nice black floral, it will find a new purpose, Thanks!

  2. KatWetzel says:

    This is a great idea, useful, handy, and a good gift! Thanks for the idea.

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