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Quilted Pot Holder

Added Feb 23, 2009

by latulipenoire

Seaside, Califor...

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Description

I really hate making pot holders. I tried 3 times on test fabric before I decided to try my hand on the Amy Butler fabric that I bought on Etsy.

This one is quilted on one side, and normal on the other to show off the lovely flower pattern. I learned that hand sewing the other side of the bias tape after machine stitching the first side was the only way to get a clean look on both sides.

Material Notes

Cotton and sound cloth.

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

I got a bit of help from a very cute book called “Pretty Little Pot Holders” by Lark Books.

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    Feb 25, 2009, 02.03 AMby alekat

    i love the different quilting pattern. so much better than the regular criss-cross.

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    Feb 24, 2009, 02.31 PMby ichigogirl

    Oh how nice! I love the material, and you’ve executed it all very well (practise really does make perfect)!

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    Feb 23, 2009, 06.08 PMby sewdelightful

    That is really nice. I like the quilted side, it shows an attention to detail I sometimes don’t have patience for myself. Nice :)

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