Hexie Potholders Are Quick and Easy

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Make Extras to Give as Gifts!

Pull out some scraps and start with a hexie, add “logs” log cabin style, and before you know it you’ll have a wonderful potholder or hot pad.

Make your potholders any color you like. Mix it up for a scrappy look or coordinate the colors to fit your kitchen. These make wonderful gifts, too, so make some extra while you’re at it.

Log Cabin Hexi Potholder Add a layer or two of Insul-Bright batting (find it here) for heat proofing.

Log Cabin Hexi Potholders

Log Cabin Hexi PotholderPotholders by AQuiltersTable.

Log Cabin Hexi PotholderPotholders by Sparkliie.

Log Cabin Hexi Potholder

Potholders by AQuiltersTable.

The finished potholders, designed by Caroline at SewCanShe, are about 9” x 10”. Keep adding rows to make a larger version for use as a table topper.

Click here for the free “Hexie Log Cabin Potholders” tutorial

You will also need the free cutting pattern, which you will find here.




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