They’ll Be Fun in a Favorite Combination of Scraps!
Colorful squares and fun black-and-white bindings make eye-catching potholders. They can be used as hot pads too and will be nice pops of color on your table and in the kitchen.
They’re super simple to make, even for beginners. You may not even need the pattern. Scraps are perfect for these, in whatever colors you prefer.
Layer them with a heat-resistant insulating material, such as Insul-Bright batting or silver ironing board fabric (plus at least one layer of cotton batting with either choice). Or use the heat-proofing method recommended in the pattern.
The potholders match the large casserole hot pad by the same designer (found here), although the squares are slightly smaller. A set of two potholders (or hot pads) and a large casserole hot pad will make an impressive gift.
Once completed, the hot pads designed by Mariesa Morgan from Ten Cow Quilts are 7 1/2″ x 7 1/2″.
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