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Thread: Do you make quilted items for kitchen? potholders, oven mitts etc. Let's Chit Chat!

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    Do you make quilted items for kitchen?

    potholders, oven mitts, casserole covers, appliance covers, placemats, coasters, etc.

    Let's Chit Chat!

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    I am making some John Deere placemats, potholders and coasters to match. They have been fun to make and very easy!

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    I have also made a quilted round casserole carrier! My mom brought it home from her friend that lives in Canada and I figured out the pattern all by myself! so cute

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    I have not made any but I thinking about embroidery on Kitchen towel making matching pot holder for Christmas. How about you craftybear making a totorial on pot holder you are making. When I was a little girl :lol: My mother have dish towel with the day of the week and one day was for ironing, washing, dishes, ect. Do you know where I could find this to embroidery for my sisters?

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    I make a lot of place mat and napkins sest for all the different seasons. it's a nice change to work on something small and they make great gifts!

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    I made a stack of about 40 potholders one year for Christmas. MIL has mentioned here lately that she's about ready for new ones.

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    For Christmas everyone I know got new pot holders that I made. Coordinated with their kitchens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    I have also made a quilted round casserole carrier! My mom brought it home from her friend that lives in Canada and I figured out the pattern all by myself! so cute
    i made one too!


    i have made coasters,napkins as gifts. also oven mitts.
    i need to make a cover for my printer,scanner,it is in the kitchen..(wireless)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmuchmore
    I have not made any but I thinking about embroidery on Kitchen towel making matching pot holder for Christmas. How about you craftybear making a totorial on pot holder you are making. When I was a little girl :lol: My mother have dish towel with the day of the week and one day was for ironing, washing, dishes, ect. Do you know where I could find this to embroidery for my sisters?
    I have some of these patterns. They are the Aunt Martha transfers, and I know I have seen them at Hancock's as well as Hobby Lobby. They have lots of different and really cute ones. I think you might also be able to find some online that you can download and trace with a hot iron transfer pencil and then Iron them onto your dishtowels.

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    I have been making hot pads, oven mitts, and table runners for weddings. I don't have any pictures to post, because my camera isn't working. I will have to have one of my daughters take pictures for me so I can post some. May be making some for Christmas presents this year.

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