30’s Pot Holders Lend Charm to Any Kitchen |
Quick, Easy and Great for Gifts!
These super easy pot holders are a breeze to make. Dig into those precious 1930’s reproduction scraps, or buy a batch of repro fat eighths and have fun with this project. Or, use any prints or solids that appeal to you.
You can’t go wrong with this quick project. In fact, you can quickly make several to give as gifts. They’d be welcome for hostess gifts, housewarmings, and for cooks who love quilts.
The pattern doesn’t mention what batting to use. We like Insul-Bright batting for it’s heat-proofing qualities.
Designer Lindsey Weight created this free pattern for Fort Worth Fabric Studio.
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