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Summer Sew Along Week 5

This week I made up these hot pads which have pockets for your hands on the back to make them useful as pot holders. My mom had something like this in her kitchen when I was visiting this summer, s...

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Quilted Hot Pads (These would be cute made to match towels!)

better ones on the site but the image wont come up here. Might be fun to try the ones on the site.

Here is how- I used 2" x 9" strips of fabric so I could make four hot pads and have a little room for a nice straight edge.- Use two layers of thin batting.-When quilting I only quilted the top pieced layer and one layer of batting. The other layer of batting and fabric for the back I added when I stitched on the binding. - Used a 1/4" seam allowance throughout.

reat the cook in your life to personalized kitchen supplies. Even beginning sewers can whip up easy checkerboard and cupcake-design hot pads. Get free sewing patterns and instructions for our hot pads.

GIFT IDEAS: You may want to make some of these to keep for yourself. Last year as part of my "Homemade Holiday" theme, I made a couple of these with all the scrap material I have collected over time. I used country patterns. Stuffed them in a basket with a bunch of other homemade stuff. They loved it! #universaltrim

Deborah Miller's "Folded Star Hot Pad" pattern and template set makes it "sew" easy to create a wonderful hot pad in no time at all! Order your kit today from A Stitch in Time in Franklin, NC by calling 828 524-3300 or send us an email at astitchintimenc@g....

Hot pads-quilt top layer and one layer thin batting.addsecond layer batting/backing with binding