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    The problem with them is the hole in them, which is made for you to put your hand/arm through. These are made for commercial bakers, so I would expect they'd work with anything. They aren't pretty and they get stained, so I keep mine in a drawer. But they are made for high heat, are cheap, and last for a long time, so they get my vote. If I quilted or did sewing or such, I'd figure out a way to make decorative covers for them. I don't sew or quilt so... no such thing here.

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    Raised garden beds.

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    Happy, glad you are getting a patio that you want. IL, I love the brick patio.

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    I took 19 items to Goodwill today. New total for month: 125.

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    Cut up and hauled 17 cartons to the cardboard recycling center by the grocery store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewGig View Post
    The problem with them is the hole in them, which is made for you to put your hand/arm through. These are made for commercial bakers, so I would expect they'd work with anything. They aren't pretty and they get stained, so I keep mine in a drawer. But they are made for high heat, are cheap, and last for a long time, so they get my vote. If I quilted or did sewing or such, I'd figure out a way to make decorative covers for them. I don't sew or quilt so... no such thing here.
    Thanks for the additional information. I'm contemplating. LOL.
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