Potholders are an absolute necessity in the kitchen. Over time, however, they become stained and wear out. Make a new set by raiding your scrap fabric stash.
Deby, from So Sew Easy, shows how to make Potholders with Pockets. Her easy to follow tutorial shows how take your small scraps and turn them into potholders measuring 9" x 9". As well as a written tutorial, there's a video to take you through each step of the process.
Deby added her potholders to the Kitchen Accessories link party. You might like to check out the following projects at the Kitchen Accessories linky...
- Puppies and Kittens Mug Rug
- Hanging Kitchen Towels
- Hot Pad Handle Cover
- Recipe Journal Cover
- Extra Large Oven Mitt
Super idea for scraps. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Wonderful idea , I made one using the End parts of an old Warm sweatshirt ,,ReplyDelete
I just entered the photo of my potholder in work , you can see how i sewed the 2 cut out `hand shape cut` ends of sleeves one on the other to make the pot holder , i finnished them by embroidering the Knitted cuff + a Loop to hang it . mirjamReplyDelete
one cn see 3 photos on my blog www.differentart.org post from today 5/6/16
My potholders have definitely seen better days, I really need to check out this tutorial!ReplyDelete
I've just been thinking today about a present for someone - kind of a cook's hamper, with some olive oil flavoured with home grown herbs/garlic, a recipe book, maybe some other ingredients - and now pot holders would fit perfectly too, thank you!ReplyDelete