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watercooler covers

Posted by fortescuegal (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 24, 08 at 10:08

I am looking for a pattern to cover the bottle on top of a watgercooler. I remember seeinh them, however, I can't remember where. Thanks!!!

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RE: watercooler covers

Do you want to cover the whole thing or just the top. I'd probably find some nice quilted material and cut out a circle to fit over the top. Maybe you could make your own pattern with paper. Good Luck !

RE: watercooler covers

Would any of these work?
The website is selling them already made but I don't think it would be hard at all to figure out how to make them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cooler Covers

RE: watercooler covers

Have you made your watercooler cover yet? If so how did it turn out? I want to make one for my cooler also but I am waiting to see how your's turned out and if not good what would you do different next time? Did you line it with muslin? I have been thinking about making one with quilted fabric to give it more body. What do you think?.......Di

RE: watercooler covers

I am not sure what you are looking for but I covered the bottle part of mine with a printed green chino fabric that matched my colours, and made a "bag catcher" to match for plastic grocery bags. If you look on ebay for water cooler covers there are many there. Took about a half hour to make them both. Just a tube of fabric with elastic pulling it closed, tight on the top and just loose enough to pull over the bottle.

RE: watercooler covers

My sister used to make them...she drew her own pattern and sold many of them! Easy enough ot make the pattern.

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