Pretty Round Pot Holders are Quick and Easy to Make
March 14, 2019 |
| Kitchen Quilts
They’re Great Gifts, Too!
Are you tired of the same old square pot holders? These round ones are super cute, and have a handy pocket for your hand.
The pocket makes them great gifts, too. Slide in a special recipe, tools or whatever else the recipient will appreciate to create a personalized gift.
Each set of two pot holders is made from two complementary fat quarters. Or, use 1/4″ yard of fabric for one. A third fabric is used for the binding. Shop your stash for charming combinations.
The finished potholders, designed by Melissa from Polka Dot Chair, are 8″ across. Insul-Bright batting provides the heat-proofing.
In addition to the free tutorial, you’ll need a template. It’s available once you sign up to Melissa’s mailing list. Or, create your own using a plate or other object that’s 8″ across. For the pocket, use the same circle to mark and cut a scoop out of the top.
Printable baking gift tags are also available by signing up to the list.
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