Add a Touch of Color to Your Kitchen with Egg Pot Holders

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They’re Great for Easter and Any Time of Year!

These darling pot holders are lovely for spring and Easter or use them all year around. Choose a pretty combination of scraps and decorate them with rickrack, lace, ribbon and more.

Two sizes can be used as trivets, pot pinchers, pot holders and even mug rugs. They make sweet and thoughtful gifts.

Egg Pot Pinchers Pattern

Tuck a few kitchen utensils into the pocket in the larger size or wrapped chocolate eggs in the smaller ones and tuck them into Easter baskets. Or wrap them up to give at any time of the year (sunny colors are great for breakfast and brunch trivets).

Egg Pot Pinchers Pattern

These are easy and quick to make. You can have several done in just a few hours.

Egg Pot Pinchers Pattern

The finished pot holders, designed by Laurraine Yuyama from Patchwork Pottery, are:

  • Large – 7 x 9″
  • Mini – 5 x 6 1/2″

Click here to purchase the “Egg Pot-Pinchers” pattern.


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