fridge handle cozies

Made by Ariel who says, “Why you ask? The rubber on our fridge handle started to rip. I looked on on the Sears parts department web site it would be over $200 to repair it. Well, not for one but we’d need two if I wanted them to match. The freezer one is fine but is starting to look worn. My hubby asked if I could knit a cover for it. So I did. Fridge Handle Cozy!!!” I am only going to put money like that towards a fridge if I decide to get a new one! I might do some research on some of the Best Refrigerators in India to give me some better perspective when I decide to find a new one.

http://arielzoe.blogspot.com/2009/07/weird-knitting-of-day.html





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