Festive Pot Holders Are a Breeze to Make

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Use Your Favorite Fabrics to Add Color to Your Kitchen!

These festive pot holders made with bright retro fabrics will add a cheerful touch to any kitchen. They are generously sized and have pockets on the front to slip your hands into.

Mix and match fabrics from your favorite line or use up some of those leftovers. Jelly roll strips work perfectly. Add a layer or two of Insul-Bright batting to provide heat proofing.

Fiesta Pot Holder Tutorial

Fiesta Pot Holder Tutorial

They’re also quite easy to make and stitch up quickly. While you’re at it, make a few extra for housewarming and hostess gifts.

The pot holders, by Lisa and Sarah at A Spoonful of Sugar, are 9″ x 11″ once completed.

Click here for the free “Fiesta Pot Holder” tutorial.




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