Brighten a Table with Pretty Flower Trivets

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They Have Many Other Uses Too!

Pretty Dresden Petals look like flowers when finished into trivets. They can also be used as mug rugs, pot holders, and small table centerpieces.

Choose three coordinating prints for each trivet or make every petal different for a scrappy look. A fourth print provides an accent in the center.

Patchwork Flower Trivet Pattern

The designer says any thick batting will work. You may want to add a layer of Insul-Brght for additional heat proofing.

Patchwork Flower Trivet Pattern

Make some for yourself and others to give. They make lovely gifts for just about any occasion.

Patchwork Flower Trivet Pattern

Patchwork Flower Trivet Pattern

Once completed, the trivets designed by Jane from Miu Design By Jane are about 7″ across.

Click here to purchase the “Patchwork Flower Trivet” pattern.


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