Festive St. Nick Hot Pads Are An Easy Project

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Make Extras to Give as Gifts!

St. Nick in all his glory stars in these festive hot pads. The darling design is easy to make with fusible applique and will stitch together in no time.

You’ll love having these to use over the holidays. They make fabulous gifts, too, so make several while you’re at it. You may already have fabrics in your stash and can get started right away.

St. Nick Hot Pads

Add a layer or two of Insul-Bright batting (find it here) for heat proofing. Use two layers if you plan to use them on your table under dishes hot from the oven.

The pattern, by Patrick Lose, features both a round and a square version of St. Nick. The hot pads are 7 1/2″ across.

Click here to purchase the “Good St. Nick” hot pad pattern.




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