This Scrappy Log Cabin Potholder is So Quick and Easy

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It Makes a Great Gift Too!

Turn scraps into a charming Log Cabin potholder. It’s easy to make, a super quick project, and a great last-minute gift.

Plus, the potholders are fun in any color combination. You can make yours super scrappy or in a more coordinated color theme.

Easy Log Cabin Potholder Tutorial

Sherri McConnell from A Quilting Life provides tips for making the potholder in the following video. A spool of thread or a small bowl can be used to round the corners. Insul-Bright and cotton batting provide heat-proofing. The completed potholder is 8″ x 8″.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

Sherri also referenced the following videos:

Learn more about the potholder and get cutting instructions here.

Click here for the free “One Half Log Cabin Potholder” pattern.


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