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Thread: Pan Handle experiment

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    I have made a lot of those and I have a pattern that I developed and they are very easy to make. I use a double sided prequilted fabric and you cna use any thing that is thick like a denim or some such fabric wiht batting or insulbrite in it. I used bias binding on mine. I sold a set of them for $12.00 a few uears ago. Yours looks nice nad they are great for cooking in cast iron skillets. I have one on my big skillet that is sitting on the stove. I call them panhandlers. Have a great day Huggies, Fay

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    What a great idea. My iron skillets are waiting for theirs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fancy Nancy
    took a break from quilting to day to experiment on making this pan handle. I lined with insulbrite. Did run "quilting" stitches vertically so guess did sort of quilt today? Using scraps of sort of a thin canvas fabric - like you find in the home decor section of JoAnn's.
    Thank you for sharing!! :thumbup: It's a wonderful idea & such a great help in the kitchen too!! Congratulation's on a Job Well Done.
    :D :D :D :D

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    Great idea.

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