Quilt-As-You-Go Method is a Great Use of Scrappy Strips!
It seems like every kitchen has at least one pot or pan with a non-insulated handle. In many cases they aren’t supposed to get hot but they do, which we’re reminded of every time we unthinkingly grab the handle with our bare hand.
This little potholder is built to slide over the handle, protecting your fingers from burns. The instructions from Samelia’s Mum show you how to measure the pot’s handle to make the potholder fit just right.
If the handle on your pan gets especially hot, you may want to include some Insul-Bright batting for extra heat proofing.
Thin strips of scrap fabric can be used in this project. Since it’s a quilt-as-you-go method each slide-on potholder will finish up very quickly. This would be a welcome gift for anyone you know who often uses cookware with non-insulated handles.
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