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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

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

Potholders

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...

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How to Make a Potholder

Learn how to make a potholder with this easy sewing tutorial for beginners as part of the Learn to Sew Series by Melanie Ham.

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.

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.

January is half over and winter is in full swing.  I am busy planning for this year.  In the winter months and all year really I have quilting projects on the go. I find that quilting is a therapeutic activity.  I like small projects on days when I just have a small amount of time.  … Read more...

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!

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How to make a Double Pot Holder with Hand Pockets (Make It and Love It)

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Debs Days: Tutorial Tuesday - Sew a Large Hot Pad

Sew a Large Hot Pad - Tutorial Tuesday

Learn how to sew a large homemade fabric hot pad for casserole dishes and large glass pans. A DIY project with a step-by-step tutorial video.

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 …

Valentine pot holder

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This Star Trivet is So Easy to Make - Quilting Digest

Adjust the Size for Other Uses! Create a beautiful trivet for your table from this easy star hexagon. It’s a super simple project that goes together quickly. Choose two fabrics in colors you love, one for the star and the other for the outside frame and backing. The backing is turned to the front to …

Patchwork Potholder with Pockets - a mini quilt for your kitchen! {free tutorial} — SewCanShe | Free Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

Patchwork potholders are the best. Who else but a quilter would cut up good fabric just to sew it together again?

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Button Flowers and Fuzzy Grass Page.

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String-Pieced Pot Holders are so Quick and Easy - Quilting Digest

Make Them in Scraps for Any Season! Strips left over from other projects can be quickly turned into charming pot holders using string piecing. This is a simple process that yields wonderful results. Start by choosing a combination of skinny strips that work well together. Leftover Christmas fabrics will produce lovely gifts. Make a few …