Stitch Up Some Veggies for Your Kitchen |
Make a Set of Pot Holders or More!
Veggie motifs are perfect for any kitchen, and these pot holders are lovely renditions of some of our favorites. There’s an ear of corn, tomato, eggplant and watermelon slice. Make one or all four for yourself or to give.
You can also set several of the blocks into a small quilt for your kitchen wall or table. Or, use the blocks in other projects, like a pocket for an apron. However you choose to use them they’re sure to evoke the warm sense of home.
Paper piecing makes these easy to put together, and are a good first project if you haven’t tried it before. You’ll find many helpful paper piecing tips here.
The finished pot holders, designed by Carol E. Vyncke, are 6 1/2″ x 6 1/2″.
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