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I took some old ribbon scraps and made a sleeve for a glass jar.
I took some old ribbon scraps and made a sleeve for a glass jar. This is a quick and easy project, a good way to use your embroidered ribbon scraps, and a free project if you’re using an old glass jar or tin can.

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  • How to make a pot. Embroidered Ribbon Sleeve - Step 1
    Step 1

    You could also make smaller versions with votive holders or a larger version with a wide vase. Just be sure that the sides of the jar are straight (not tapered).

  • How to make a pot. Embroidered Ribbon Sleeve - Step 2
    Step 2

    Simply cut pieces of ribbon approximately 1? longer than the circumference of the jar and sew each ribbon right sides facing with barely any seam allowance until you have one large rectangular shaped piece. Press after each additional ribbon is sewn. Fold the piece over and sew right sides together with a 1/2? seam allowance, forming a sleeve. Easy! I planted a primrose in this jar, but put some rocks in the bottom for drainage. I’m sure to kill it, but then I can use the jar for fresh flowers or as a pencil holder.

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