Make One for Yourself and Another to Give!
Make a set of nine potholders that stack to create a cute cheeseburger. It’s calorie- and fat-free, and so much fun in the kitchen. Kids love to play with it, too.
Start with a grilled burger and add cheese, slices of onion and tomato, pickles, and rippled lettuce on a sesame seed bun. When completed, the creative details evoke the essence of a hot, juicy cheeseburger made from fabric.
The set makes a wonderful gift too, especially for burger lovers who cook. Dig into your stash for the burger “ingredients” and have fun watching it come together.
Insul-Bright batting can be used for heat-proofing, making the set as functional as it is fun. As a bonus, the pickles function as protective finger pinchers.
The “Build-A-Burger Quilted Potholder Set” was designed by Stefanie Williams.
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