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Candle cozies( pattern added on post #25)

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ooh! Thanks for posting that! I love them. I am super paranoid about candles as my mom in law's house burned down because of one on Christmas Eve and I would have to remove them while burning the candles but I think they are so so pretty and I can't wait to make some! You are so nice to share the pattern:)

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:hug Thank you soo much for the pattern. I have already snagged it.:yay

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Oh those are fantastic. I'm moving soon and those will look great in my new place!! That wasn't a hint :blush . Thanks so much for the pattern. I'm psyched.

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Please be safe and keep in mind that flame and yarn are not a good mix.

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I just made one. I love it. I'm thinking I might buy some ribbon to tie a bow. This is a fabulous little gift. Thanks again.

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Oh I wanna see it! I'm glad I typed it out, I went to start one for a care package to my brother this afternoon, and forgot how I started the blasted thing :lol

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Does anyone know if there is something that could be sprayed on the yarn to make it flame retardant?

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Thank you for posting the pattern. I am printing it out now. :clap

 

Barbara

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Does anyone know if there is something that could be sprayed on the yarn to make it flame retardant?

 

Not that I am aware of, however if people trim the wicks and Don't leave them burning unattended, they should be safe. On the ones I made for me, the yarn ends below the rim of the candle, and by tying the tie in the 4th row of v - stitches it makes the scalloped edge lay below the rim too.

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I love those!

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