Large Hot Pad Tutorial - Auntie Em's Crafts
Grab any two fat quarters and some scrap batting. In about an hour, you can make yourself a large hot pad to protect your counter and table. Tutorial available on AuntieEmsCrafts.com
a busy empty nest & WIPs
A LOT has been happening to this empty nester. I have set up some fun things for the Fall, teaching classes, craft fairs, new sewing projects and then I got asked by Addie's former high school to fill in cooking...
Hedge Fun! Hot Pad Sewing Pattern
These darling hot pads are perfect for giving even the most boring kitchen a little facelift! Sure to bring a smile to anyone's face, these friendly hedgehogs are super easy, quick to stitch and all-around functional. Pattern pieces and full written instructions are included in the pattern. Approximate finished size is 7" x 9" each.
Here is how- I used 2" x 9" strips of fabric so I could make four hot pads and have a little room for a nice straight edge.- Use two layers of thin batting.-When quilting I only quilted the top pieced layer and one layer of batting. The other layer of batting and fabric for the back I added when I stitched on the binding. - Used a 1/4" seam allowance throughout.
Quilting A Strip-Quilted Potholder - A Tutorial - Lois & Clark Connection
Strip Pieced potholder tutorial with strip pieced bias binding. This potholder is a great gift and very heat resistent with Insul Bright Strip friendly!
Tutorial Tuesday - Sew a Large Hot Pad
It's Tutorial Tuesday and today we are making a large potholder. If you have one of those big honkin' glass pans that won't fit on a regular potholder like I do, this project is for you. Note: Some of my links are affiliate links. This means that, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. Your purchase helps support the blog and allows me to continue to provide free content. Remember, I only recommend products I use again and…
Fusible Fleece Patchwork Acorn Potholder - Therm O Web
It’s finally fall in Southern California! We’ve been waking up to chilly mornings!! I love to bake during this time of year – something about the smell of pumpkin bread or apple pie in the oven makes you feel all warm and cozy. This little project is the perfect addition to your fall baking. It’s … Read more...
How to Make a Large Pot Holder Hot Pad | eHow.com
Place your delicious hot casserole on this large, stylish DIY pot holder hot pad and protect your table or countertop.
These Colorful Potholders Will Brighten Any Kitchen - Quilting Digest
They’re Great Mug Rugs Too! These lovely little quilts were designed as potholders but would look wonderful grouped together on a wall. They’d make fun mug rugs, as well. Regardless of how you use them, these little quilts are super quick to make and utterly charming. Switch out the fabrics to match your decor, or …