Protect Your Pans in Style with Fabric Protectors

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Easy Padded Protectors Go Together Quickly!

Do you typically put paper towels between stacked pans so they don’t get scratched? Make padded protectors from pretty fabric (plus batting) to use instead. Not only will they class up your cupboard but you’ll enjoy seeing the colorful fabric every day (these were made from egg and bacon prints!).

These are so easy to make. Simply sew two squares of fabric together, turn and insert quilt batting. Sew them closed and stop stitch. Done!

Easy and Stylish Fabric Pan Protectors

The protectors in the tutorial, designed by Stephanie Soleil, finish at 10″ square but make yours any size you want. Simply add 1/2″ to the finished size for the cutting dimensions.

Click here for the free “Easy and Stylish Fabric Pan Protectors” tutorial.


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