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Door Draft Stopper

Mary Linda BittleMary Linda Bittle Posts: 619 ✭✭✭✭

I scored some free scraps of quilted fabric and some partial bags of polyester stuffing recently. Not enough for even a lap quilt, but enough to make door draft stoppers for the front and back doors.

I just machine-sewed a tube from the quilted fabric, turned it right side out, and stuffed loosely with the polyester. Then I sewed the top closed by hand. And I added a ribbon hanger so that I can hang them on the back of the door when not needed. They are not pretty, but they do stop the drafts!


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  • teachercarynteachercaryn Cook at Wahlburgers The Frozen Tundra in the Northern MidwestPosts: 220 ✭✭✭

    Using old concert Ts, sew them end to end, and cut where necessary having a narrow tube then I filled it with sand from a beach. Sewed all the seams, and placed it at the bottom of a door, and no more draft under the door. Use a nice-looking fabric and stuff it with what you have. There were moths at the place where I used sand, and it made the hallway appear nice, well kept, like a piece of art. Enjoy with love

  • blevinandwombablevinandwomba Central PaPosts: 462 ✭✭✭✭

    When I was a kid my mom acquired several draft stoppers made from neckties. I think someone had made them for a craft sale/fundraiser? Anyhow, they looked like snakes. We did use them around doors in the winter, but mostly we used them for cat toys. That was fun.

  • VickiPVickiP Posts: 430 ✭✭✭✭

    I have a dog that has decided draft stoppers are chew toys, they last one season. Thanks for the reminder to put some new ones together, I need them.

  • Obiora EObiora E Posts: 519 ✭✭✭✭

    Thank you everyone for the good ideas.

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