Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift with this knitted toilet seat cover!

Potty Mouth Toilet Seat Cover

What you need

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted Weight [80% acrylic, 20% Wool; 197yd/180m per 85g skein]; color: Black #153; 1 skein

[MC] Lion Brand Fun Fur Prints [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Tropical #208; 1 skein

[CC] Lion Brand Fun Fur [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Violet #191; 1 skein

1 set US #10.5/6.5mm straight needles
1 set US #8/5mm straight needles

Tapestry needle




Instructions

A PROJECT FROM MY STASH!

Yes, it’s true, this project is ridiculous! What can I say? I’ve always had a sense of humor that doesn’t allow me to take myself too seriously!

Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift! I got the idea for this project when I was visiting a friend who had just bought a semi-boring toilet seat cover for her bathroom. As a joke, I told her that I could knit her a better toilet seat cover then that! And she said, Alright, then do it! Here it is and I think it’s pretty darn funny!

The yarn for this project is very inexpensive and it could be knit up quickly in a weekend. Like people, toilet seats come in all shapes and sizes. Potty mouth is knit in garter stitch to make it possible to stretch this fuzzy cover onto most seats, (although some slight adjusting might be necessary.)

SIZE

One Size Fits Most Toilet Seats

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Note: The unstretched toilet seat should measure about 0.5 inches less in width than your actual toilet seat and 1 inch less in length. You may choose to adjust the sizing for a more custom fit on your toilet seat.

At widest point, unstretched: 13 inches
Length, unstretched: 14 inches

GAUGE
Doesn’t really matter so much on this one.

STITCH PATTERNS
Note: The entire pattern is worked in garter stitch.

Inc Row: K2, Inc 1, K until 2 sts remain, Inc 1, K2.
Dec Row: K1, SSK, K until 3 sts remain, K2tog, K1.

Seat

With larger needles and using one strand of Wool-Ease and one strand of MC Fun Fur held together, CO 30 sts. (This will be the back edge of the seat cover.)
Rows 1-2: Knit
Row 3: Inc Row [32 sts]
Row 4: Knit
Row 5: Inc Row [34 sts]
Row 6-9: Knit
Work inc row every other row until you have 40 sts.
Work in garter st until work measures 3 inches.
Work inc row [42 sts]
Knit 2 rows and work inc row every third row until seat measures 6 inches in length [54 sts].

Stripes

Keeping the Wool-Ease and the Fun Fur held together, switch Fun Fur to CC. Work in garter st until seat measures 7.5 inches.
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 1 row. Work dec row. K 2 rows.
Switch Fun Fur to CC and work dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 4 rows. Dec row. [46 sts]
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 4 rows. Dec row. K 3 rows. Dec row. K 1 row. [42 sts]
Switch Fun Fur to CC and K 1 row. Dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 2 rows. [38 sts]
Work dec row every row until 30 sts remain.
SSK the first 14 sts, K2, K2tog for the remaining sts. [16 sts]
SSK the first 6 sts, K4, K2tog for the remaining sts. [7 sts]
SSK the first 2 sts, K3, K2tog. [5 sts].
BO all sts.

Lip Liner

With smaller needles and just the Wool-Ease, CO 12 sts.
Work in garter st until liner measures 8 inches from beg.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K until work measure three inches from the short rows.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K until work measure 8 inches from the second set of short rows.
BO all sts.

Strap

With just the Wool-Ease and smaller needles, PU 20 sts from the CO edge of the seat. Work in garter st until the strap measures 1 inch. BO.

FINISHING

Sew the outside edge of the lip liner to the edge of the seat, stretching the lip liner fairly tight as you sew, but being careful not to stretch the seat at the same time. Don’t forget to sew the CO and BO edge of the liner to the CO edge of the seat. (The corners will serve as little pockets to stretch over the back corners of the actual toilet seat.) Once the seat and the liner are sewn together, sew each edge of the strap to either side of the lip liner. This strap will keep the seat cover from sneaking up.

Stretch onto toilet seat, primp, and enjoy.

Copyright Sarah Sumner-Eisenbraun 2005.

This project was contributed by Femiknitz.com For more free patterns visit their website.

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Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift with this knitted toilet seat cover!

Potty Mouth Toilet Seat Cover

What you need

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted Weight [80% acrylic, 20% Wool; 197yd/180m per 85g skein]; color: Black #153; 1 skein

[MC] Lion Brand Fun Fur Prints [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Tropical #208; 1 skein

[CC] Lion Brand Fun Fur [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Violet #191; 1 skein

1 set US #10.5/6.5mm straight needles
1 set US #8/5mm straight needles

Tapestry needle




Instructions

A PROJECT FROM MY STASH!

Yes, it’s true, this project is ridiculous! What can I say? I’ve always had a sense of humor that doesn’t allow me to take myself too seriously!

Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift! I got the idea for this project when I was visiting a friend who had just bought a semi-boring toilet seat cover for her bathroom. As a joke, I told her that I could knit her a better toilet seat cover then that! And she said, Alright, then do it! Here it is and I think it’s pretty darn funny!

The yarn for this project is very inexpensive and it could be knit up quickly in a weekend. Like people, toilet seats come in all shapes and sizes. Potty mouth is knit in garter stitch to make it possible to stretch this fuzzy cover onto most seats, (although some slight adjusting might be necessary.)

SIZE

One Size Fits Most Toilet Seats

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Note: The unstretched toilet seat should measure about 0.5 inches less in width than your actual toilet seat and 1 inch less in length. You may choose to adjust the sizing for a more custom fit on your toilet seat.

At widest point, unstretched: 13 inches
Length, unstretched: 14 inches

GAUGE
Doesn’t really matter so much on this one.

STITCH PATTERNS
Note: The entire pattern is worked in garter stitch.

Inc Row: K2, Inc 1, K until 2 sts remain, Inc 1, K2.
Dec Row: K1, SSK, K until 3 sts remain, K2tog, K1.

Seat

With larger needles and using one strand of Wool-Ease and one strand of MC Fun Fur held together, CO 30 sts. (This will be the back edge of the seat cover.)
Rows 1-2: Knit
Row 3: Inc Row [32 sts]
Row 4: Knit
Row 5: Inc Row [34 sts]
Row 6-9: Knit
Work inc row every other row until you have 40 sts.
Work in garter st until work measures 3 inches.
Work inc row [42 sts]
Knit 2 rows and work inc row every third row until seat measures 6 inches in length [54 sts].

Stripes

Keeping the Wool-Ease and the Fun Fur held together, switch Fun Fur to CC. Work in garter st until seat measures 7.5 inches.
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 1 row. Work dec row. K 2 rows.
Switch Fun Fur to CC and work dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 4 rows. Dec row. [46 sts]
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 4 rows. Dec row. K 3 rows. Dec row. K 1 row. [42 sts]
Switch Fun Fur to CC and K 1 row. Dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 2 rows. [38 sts]
Work dec row every row until 30 sts remain.
SSK the first 14 sts, K2, K2tog for the remaining sts. [16 sts]
SSK the first 6 sts, K4, K2tog for the remaining sts. [7 sts]
SSK the first 2 sts, K3, K2tog. [5 sts].
BO all sts.

Lip Liner

With smaller needles and just the Wool-Ease, CO 12 sts.
Work in garter st until liner measures 8 inches from beg.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K until work measure three inches from the short rows.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K until work measure 8 inches from the second set of short rows.
BO all sts.

Strap

With just the Wool-Ease and smaller needles, PU 20 sts from the CO edge of the seat. Work in garter st until the strap measures 1 inch. BO.

FINISHING

Sew the outside edge of the lip liner to the edge of the seat, stretching the lip liner fairly tight as you sew, but being careful not to stretch the seat at the same time. Don’t forget to sew the CO and BO edge of the liner to the CO edge of the seat. (The corners will serve as little pockets to stretch over the back corners of the actual toilet seat.) Once the seat and the liner are sewn together, sew each edge of the strap to either side of the lip liner. This strap will keep the seat cover from sneaking up.

Stretch onto toilet seat, primp, and enjoy.

Copyright Sarah Sumner-Eisenbraun 2005.

This project was contributed by Femiknitz.com For more free patterns visit their website.

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Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift with this knitted toilet seat cover!

Potty Mouth Toilet Seat Cover

What you need

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted Weight [80% acrylic, 20% Wool; 197yd/180m per 85g skein]; color: Black #153; 1 skein

[MC] Lion Brand Fun Fur Prints [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Tropical #208; 1 skein

[CC] Lion Brand Fun Fur [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Violet #191; 1 skein

1 set US #10.5/6.5mm straight needles
1 set US #8/5mm straight needles

Tapestry needle




Instructions

A PROJECT FROM MY STASH!

Yes, it’s true, this project is ridiculous! What can I say? I’ve always had a sense of humor that doesn’t allow me to take myself too seriously!

Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift! I got the idea for this project when I was visiting a friend who had just bought a semi-boring toilet seat cover for her bathroom. As a joke, I told her that I could knit her a better toilet seat cover then that! And she said, Alright, then do it! Here it is and I think it’s pretty darn funny!

The yarn for this project is very inexpensive and it could be knit up quickly in a weekend. Like people, toilet seats come in all shapes and sizes. Potty mouth is knit in garter stitch to make it possible to stretch this fuzzy cover onto most seats, (although some slight adjusting might be necessary.)

SIZE

One Size Fits Most Toilet Seats

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Note: The unstretched toilet seat should measure about 0.5 inches less in width than your actual toilet seat and 1 inch less in length. You may choose to adjust the sizing for a more custom fit on your toilet seat.

At widest point, unstretched: 13 inches
Length, unstretched: 14 inches

GAUGE
Doesn’t really matter so much on this one.

STITCH PATTERNS
Note: The entire pattern is worked in garter stitch.

Inc Row: K2, Inc 1, K until 2 sts remain, Inc 1, K2.
Dec Row: K1, SSK, K until 3 sts remain, K2tog, K1.

Seat

With larger needles and using one strand of Wool-Ease and one strand of MC Fun Fur held together, CO 30 sts. (This will be the back edge of the seat cover.)
Rows 1-2: Knit
Row 3: Inc Row [32 sts]
Row 4: Knit
Row 5: Inc Row [34 sts]
Row 6-9: Knit
Work inc row every other row until you have 40 sts.
Work in garter st until work measures 3 inches.
Work inc row [42 sts]
Knit 2 rows and work inc row every third row until seat measures 6 inches in length [54 sts].

Stripes

Keeping the Wool-Ease and the Fun Fur held together, switch Fun Fur to CC. Work in garter st until seat measures 7.5 inches.
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 1 row. Work dec row. K 2 rows.
Switch Fun Fur to CC and work dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 4 rows. Dec row. [46 sts]
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 4 rows. Dec row. K 3 rows. Dec row. K 1 row. [42 sts]
Switch Fun Fur to CC and K 1 row. Dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 2 rows. [38 sts]
Work dec row every row until 30 sts remain.
SSK the first 14 sts, K2, K2tog for the remaining sts. [16 sts]
SSK the first 6 sts, K4, K2tog for the remaining sts. [7 sts]
SSK the first 2 sts, K3, K2tog. [5 sts].
BO all sts.

Lip Liner

With smaller needles and just the Wool-Ease, CO 12 sts.
Work in garter st until liner measures 8 inches from beg.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K until work measure three inches from the short rows.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K until work measure 8 inches from the second set of short rows.
BO all sts.

Strap

With just the Wool-Ease and smaller needles, PU 20 sts from the CO edge of the seat. Work in garter st until the strap measures 1 inch. BO.

FINISHING

Sew the outside edge of the lip liner to the edge of the seat, stretching the lip liner fairly tight as you sew, but being careful not to stretch the seat at the same time. Don’t forget to sew the CO and BO edge of the liner to the CO edge of the seat. (The corners will serve as little pockets to stretch over the back corners of the actual toilet seat.) Once the seat and the liner are sewn together, sew each edge of the strap to either side of the lip liner. This strap will keep the seat cover from sneaking up.

Stretch onto toilet seat, primp, and enjoy.

Copyright Sarah Sumner-Eisenbraun 2005.

This project was contributed by Femiknitz.com For more free patterns visit their website.

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Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift with this knitted toilet seat cover!

Potty Mouth Toilet Seat Cover

What you need

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted Weight [80% acrylic, 20% Wool; 197yd/180m per 85g skein]; color: Black #153; 1 skein

[MC] Lion Brand Fun Fur Prints [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Tropical #208; 1 skein

[CC] Lion Brand Fun Fur [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Violet #191; 1 skein

1 set US #10.5/6.5mm straight needles
1 set US #8/5mm straight needles

Tapestry needle




Instructions

A PROJECT FROM MY STASH!

Yes, it’s true, this project is ridiculous! What can I say? I’ve always had a sense of humor that doesn’t allow me to take myself too seriously!

Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift! I got the idea for this project when I was visiting a friend who had just bought a semi-boring toilet seat cover for her bathroom. As a joke, I told her that I could knit her a better toilet seat cover then that! And she said, Alright, then do it! Here it is and I think it’s pretty darn funny!

The yarn for this project is very inexpensive and it could be knit up quickly in a weekend. Like people, toilet seats come in all shapes and sizes. Potty mouth is knit in garter stitch to make it possible to stretch this fuzzy cover onto most seats, (although some slight adjusting might be necessary.)

SIZE

One Size Fits Most Toilet Seats

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Note: The unstretched toilet seat should measure about 0.5 inches less in width than your actual toilet seat and 1 inch less in length. You may choose to adjust the sizing for a more custom fit on your toilet seat.

At widest point, unstretched: 13 inches
Length, unstretched: 14 inches

GAUGE
Doesn’t really matter so much on this one.

STITCH PATTERNS
Note: The entire pattern is worked in garter stitch.

Inc Row: K2, Inc 1, K until 2 sts remain, Inc 1, K2.
Dec Row: K1, SSK, K until 3 sts remain, K2tog, K1.

Seat

With larger needles and using one strand of Wool-Ease and one strand of MC Fun Fur held together, CO 30 sts. (This will be the back edge of the seat cover.)
Rows 1-2: Knit
Row 3: Inc Row [32 sts]
Row 4: Knit
Row 5: Inc Row [34 sts]
Row 6-9: Knit
Work inc row every other row until you have 40 sts.
Work in garter st until work measures 3 inches.
Work inc row [42 sts]
Knit 2 rows and work inc row every third row until seat measures 6 inches in length [54 sts].

Stripes

Keeping the Wool-Ease and the Fun Fur held together, switch Fun Fur to CC. Work in garter st until seat measures 7.5 inches.
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 1 row. Work dec row. K 2 rows.
Switch Fun Fur to CC and work dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 4 rows. Dec row. [46 sts]
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 4 rows. Dec row. K 3 rows. Dec row. K 1 row. [42 sts]
Switch Fun Fur to CC and K 1 row. Dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 2 rows. [38 sts]
Work dec row every row until 30 sts remain.
SSK the first 14 sts, K2, K2tog for the remaining sts. [16 sts]
SSK the first 6 sts, K4, K2tog for the remaining sts. [7 sts]
SSK the first 2 sts, K3, K2tog. [5 sts].
BO all sts.

Lip Liner

With smaller needles and just the Wool-Ease, CO 12 sts.
Work in garter st until liner measures 8 inches from beg.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K until work measure three inches from the short rows.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K until work measure 8 inches from the second set of short rows.
BO all sts.

Strap

With just the Wool-Ease and smaller needles, PU 20 sts from the CO edge of the seat. Work in garter st until the strap measures 1 inch. BO.

FINISHING

Sew the outside edge of the lip liner to the edge of the seat, stretching the lip liner fairly tight as you sew, but being careful not to stretch the seat at the same time. Don’t forget to sew the CO and BO edge of the liner to the CO edge of the seat. (The corners will serve as little pockets to stretch over the back corners of the actual toilet seat.) Once the seat and the liner are sewn together, sew each edge of the strap to either side of the lip liner. This strap will keep the seat cover from sneaking up.

Stretch onto toilet seat, primp, and enjoy.

Copyright Sarah Sumner-Eisenbraun 2005.

This project was contributed by Femiknitz.com For more free patterns visit their website.

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Potty Mouth Toilet Seat Cover

Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift with this knitted toilet seat cover!

Potty Mouth Toilet Seat Cover

What you need

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted Weight [80% acrylic, 20% Wool; 197yd/180m per 85g skein]; color: Black #153; 1 skein

[MC] Lion Brand Fun Fur Prints [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Tropical #208; 1 skein

[CC] Lion Brand Fun Fur [100% Polyester; 57yd/52m per 40g skein];color: Violet #191; 1 skein

1 set US #10.5/6.5mm straight needles
1 set US #8/5mm straight needles

Tapestry needle




Instructions

A PROJECT FROM MY STASH!

Yes, it’s true, this project is ridiculous! What can I say? I’ve always had a sense of humor that doesn’t allow me to take myself too seriously!

Give your most important bathroom fixture a face lift! I got the idea for this project when I was visiting a friend who had just bought a semi-boring toilet seat cover for her bathroom. As a joke, I told her that I could knit her a better toilet seat cover then that! And she said, Alright, then do it! Here it is and I think it’s pretty darn funny!

The yarn for this project is very inexpensive and it could be knit up quickly in a weekend. Like people, toilet seats come in all shapes and sizes. Potty mouth is knit in garter stitch to make it possible to stretch this fuzzy cover onto most seats, (although some slight adjusting might be necessary.)

SIZE

One Size Fits Most Toilet Seats

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Note: The unstretched toilet seat should measure about 0.5 inches less in width than your actual toilet seat and 1 inch less in length. You may choose to adjust the sizing for a more custom fit on your toilet seat.

At widest point, unstretched: 13 inches
Length, unstretched: 14 inches

GAUGE
Doesn’t really matter so much on this one.

STITCH PATTERNS
Note: The entire pattern is worked in garter stitch.

Inc Row: K2, Inc 1, K until 2 sts remain, Inc 1, K2.
Dec Row: K1, SSK, K until 3 sts remain, K2tog, K1.

Seat

With larger needles and using one strand of Wool-Ease and one strand of MC Fun Fur held together, CO 30 sts. (This will be the back edge of the seat cover.)
Rows 1-2: Knit
Row 3: Inc Row [32 sts]
Row 4: Knit
Row 5: Inc Row [34 sts]
Row 6-9: Knit
Work inc row every other row until you have 40 sts.
Work in garter st until work measures 3 inches.
Work inc row [42 sts]
Knit 2 rows and work inc row every third row until seat measures 6 inches in length [54 sts].

Stripes

Keeping the Wool-Ease and the Fun Fur held together, switch Fun Fur to CC. Work in garter st until seat measures 7.5 inches.
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 1 row. Work dec row. K 2 rows.
Switch Fun Fur to CC and work dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 4 rows. Dec row. [46 sts]
Switch Fun Fur back to MC and K 4 rows. Dec row. K 3 rows. Dec row. K 1 row. [42 sts]
Switch Fun Fur to CC and K 1 row. Dec row. K 2 rows. Dec row. K 2 rows. [38 sts]
Work dec row every row until 30 sts remain.
SSK the first 14 sts, K2, K2tog for the remaining sts. [16 sts]
SSK the first 6 sts, K4, K2tog for the remaining sts. [7 sts]
SSK the first 2 sts, K3, K2tog. [5 sts].
BO all sts.

Lip Liner

With smaller needles and just the Wool-Ease, CO 12 sts.
Work in garter st until liner measures 8 inches from beg.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K until work measure three inches from the short rows.
K 11 sts. Then turn work and knit these 11 sts again.
K 10 sts. Then turn work and knit these 10 sts again.
K 9 sts. Then turn work and knit these 9 sts again.
K 8 sts. Then turn work and knit these 8 sts again.
K until work measure 8 inches from the second set of short rows.
BO all sts.

Strap

With just the Wool-Ease and smaller needles, PU 20 sts from the CO edge of the seat. Work in garter st until the strap measures 1 inch. BO.

FINISHING

Sew the outside edge of the lip liner to the edge of the seat, stretching the lip liner fairly tight as you sew, but being careful not to stretch the seat at the same time. Don’t forget to sew the CO and BO edge of the liner to the CO edge of the seat. (The corners will serve as little pockets to stretch over the back corners of the actual toilet seat.) Once the seat and the liner are sewn together, sew each edge of the strap to either side of the lip liner. This strap will keep the seat cover from sneaking up.

Stretch onto toilet seat, primp, and enjoy.

Copyright Sarah Sumner-Eisenbraun 2005.

This project was contributed by Femiknitz.com For more free patterns visit their website.

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Comments

  1. The lip liner is just what hugs the bottom edge of the toilet seat. So you create the flat top (what you see in the picture), then the lip liner is created with short rows to make it “round” and you sew the two together (top and lip liner) to create your finished toilet seat cover.

  2. Cool.

  3. i think they meant flip liner not lip liner

  4. I was wondering what you meant by “turn over” when creating the lip liner. Everything else makes sense.

  5. I don’t get this at all. What is the lip liner? From the photo, I can’t see how this is different from any other toilet lid cover that I’ve seen. Am I missing something?

  6. well i love it

  7. It’s only horrible if you don’t have a silly sense of humor… =3

  8. this is horrible

  9. This is too funny, love it

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