These Quilted Holiday Hot Pads are Delightful Stocking Stuffers!
If you do a lot of holiday baking, or even if you don’t, you’ll enjoy protecting your fingers in style with these “Holly Hot Pads” throughout the season. They’re understated, yet beautiful and full of Christmas cheer.
Would you prefer more colorful hot pods? We can easily imagine them sewn up with more vivid fabrics, as well as with a patchwork look achieved by using several green fabrics instead of just one. Or, choose fabrics that match your kitchen decor, whether or not that’s green and red!
There are two styles of hot pads to choose from. The oval version has pockets for slipping your fingers into. The square hot pod is the more traditional size and shape.
Both are made with simple holly leaf and berry applique shapes. Fusible applique and machine stitching around the edges make the design quick to make.
These will be wonderful gifts for cooks on your list, so plan to make several!
The hot pads, by designer Patrick Lose, are the following sizes once completed:
- Oval Hot Pad – 5″ x 8 3/4″
- Square Hot Pad – 8″ x 8″
Get the “Holly Hot Pads” pattern here.
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