Quilted Potholders

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Potholders made with all the scraps you just can't throw away because you can use it for SOMETHING

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...

Learn to make a pot holder in 4 easy steps

Learn to make a pot holder in 4 easy steps

Stitch this quilted pot holder using simple techniques in only 60 minutes. Pot holders make great gifts for wedding showers, birthdays, and hostesses. Find t...

Cupcake Hot Pad with Matching Ruffled Hand Towel ♥

Cupcake Hot Pads & Ruffled Hand Towel

My mom has been busy sewing up these adorable hot pads and matching hand towels. They are available in my etsy shop! Great as a gift for a friend, a housewarming, a new bride, or yourself! Get them while they...

Easy Hot Pad Tutorial from The Fabric Mill's blog

Easy Hot Pad Tutorial

Easy Hot Pad Tutorial from The Fabric Mill's blog

Leaf Pot Holders

Quilted Leaf Potholders Are So Easy to Make! - Quilting Digest

Vary the Colors to Fit the Season! Can’t you see several of these quilted leaves hanging from hooks on the wall within easy reach? They’re meant to be potholders but would make great mug rugs and coasters too. These potholders are so easy to make. Simply sew several color coordinated strips of fabric together to …

potholder

Henny Penny Pot Holder

I put the finishing touches on my new Henny Penny Pot Holder tonight. I drew up the pattern and stitched her together earlier this week, so I just had to stitch down the tips of her wings tonight, and she's done! She's in my etsy shop, if you'd like her to live at your house. Cluck cluck!

Patchwork Acorn Pot Holder Tutorial - Sew Some Stuff

Spring is the best time to sew a strawberry pot holder and during fall these can be replaced by some cute acorn pot holders. I managed to find a wonderful

Charise Creates in Stitch Magazine Spring 2013 Nice pot holder, but I think it would be a super cute mug rug

Stitch Week - Day 1 - Pomme Potholder

I'm excited to share the projects I created for Stitch Magazine - Spring 2013. This project was the very first one I submitted way back in December 2012! I've admired the magazine for ages and I am a regular reader. It is truly an honor to be in the pages of Stitch!! The first apple I made I use as a mug rug on my sewing table. The size is just perfect for drinks and of course is great to use as a hot pad or potholder! I have been making more as gifts and discovered another way of attaching…

Who Owl Pot Holders Pattern:

Who Owl Pot Holders Pattern | Love to Sew

Who Owl Pot Holders Pattern:

A clever way to brighten you kitchen using a pretty hot pad made from jeans. Size 7 1/2" x 8 1/2".

Posy in My Pocket Hot Pad Pattern

A clever way to brighten you kitchen using a pretty hot pad made from jeans. Size 7 1/2" x 8 1/2".

Jumbo Recyled Denim Pocket Pot Holder Xtra Large Hot Pad Potholder Hotpad

Jumbo Recyled Denim Pocket Pot Holder Xtra Large Hot Pad | Etsy

Add a bit of whimsey with this Insulbrite lined potholder. Whether you have a Western theme for your kitchen or are the ultimate Denim Damsel, this quilted, extra large potholder will add a bit of decorating charm to any kitchen. It's approx. 10" in diameter and is made from recycled jeans. Insulated batting is sandwiched between the denim and is quilted to the back to hold its shape. j The placement and style of the pocket may vary from the picture, as these are all made with assorted…