This Hot Pad is Great for Summer Picnics and BBQs

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There’s a Matching Trivet Too!

This oversized hot pad is perfect for extra-large casserole dishes and glass pans. Plus it will decorate your table every year for 4th of July picnics and barbeques.

It can also be used as a placemat for your summer table (made with batting instead of heat-proofing insulation). Since it goes together quickly you can soon have a set with one for every place setting.

American Flag Hot Pad Pattern

You may already have red, white, and blue fabric in your stash that can be used for this quick project. Quilt-As-You-Go makes it easy enough for beginners.

The completed hot pad, from Deb’s Days Designs, is 12” x 16”.

Click here to purchase the “American Flag Hot Pad” pattern.

American Flag Trivet Pattern

Deb also has a matching trivet that can double as a pot holder. It’s made with the same quick and easy QAYG method and measures about 9 ½” x 9 ½”.

Click here to purchase the “American Flag Trivet” pattern.


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