Sew These Festive Potholders for the Holidays

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They Make Great Hostess Gifts Too!

Protect your hands with these whimsical potholders while doing your Christmas baking. When not in use, hang them in a prominent place where they’re sure to add holiday cheer to any kitchen.

These potholders are so charming that you may want to use them all winter! It would be simple to switch out the holiday fabrics with more generic winter designs.

The potholders crisscross in the front, forming a pocket to slip your hands into. That, along with the layers of Insul-Bright and batting makes them super protective.

Trio of Christmas Potholders
Better yet, these cuties are quick and easy to make. Start now and you’ll have several quilted potholders ready for holiday gift-giving.

The pattern includes full-size pattern pieces for the snowman, gingerbread man and penguin. Approximate finished size is 11″ x 8 1/2″, using 1 fat quarter plus yardage for each pot holder.

Get the “Christmas Trio of Potholders” sewing pattern here.


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