Whisker Catcher

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Who hates hair on the sink ? I know I do. With Christmas coming up this is the best gift you can give the man in your life and yourself. I saw this cool fabric and immediately thought it would make a perfect sink cover. This project is so easy and takes about 30 min from start to finish.

Since Brett is not feeling very photogenic today I had to use my mini male model to display the awesomeness of this project.

Materials

1 yard of fabric

Suction cup hooks ( I found these at the dollar store)

Sewing machine or needle and thread.

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Find the part of your fabric that you would like to be the top and fold it over twice to hide the rough edge. You want the fold to be about 1 inch. Sew it down.

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Sew along the top also.

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Do the same around the other 3 edges. I made the sides and bottom seems smaller.

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Using your button hole foot or a zigzag stitch make 3 button holes. One in the middle and two on the ends of the top of your fabric. Open the button hole with your seam ripper.

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Slip your suction cups through the wholes and hang them up.

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The best part is that this can be used for hair trimming also. Just unhook it and shake it out in he trash. No more hairy messes on the sink.

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He loves pretending to shave.

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Thank you for stopping by. Please feel free to share and don’t forget to leave your comments below.

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Comments

  • joyce
    December 21, 2015 at 6:07 AM

    Great idea. My husband gets hair all over the sink. That’s going to be his Xmas gift

  • Jennifer Abel
    December 21, 2015 at 10:20 PM

    Your title “whisker catcher” made me chuckle as my hubby is bearded and only the other day he decided to trim down, yes hair everywhere! Hope you have a great week and thanks for sharing on #overthemoon

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