It’s a Lovely Trivet for Your Harvest Table, Too!
Dig into your stash for scraps to use for this charming autumn pot holder. It’s a quick project that will brighten your kitchen for the season.
You can also add a layer or two of Insul-Bright batting so the pot holder can be used as a trivet at the table. That, along with fusible fleece, will provide enough heat-proofing.
While the finished dimensions are not provided, the pot holder appears to be generously sized. The designer, Amy Warner from Sew Incredibly Crazy Patterns, has written a tutorial for Therm-o-web. You’ll find the tutorial here.
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