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Thanks. I was just experimenting and came up with this hot mat. I used some precut 5" Civil War squares from my stash. The hot mat finished at 9 1/2" before quilting. Thank you again for making the tutorial and sharing this fun project.
I think it is funny because I created and posted this tutorial almost two years ago. Glad people are still enjoying it.
I'm with you. I love the fact that there is no binding and you end up with a unique look at the end that makes people wonder how you did that.
Remember, people will see your quilts long after you are gone....NOT your housework!
Thanks for posting this. I think I will give it a try.
Thanks for the tute..
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I just wanted to say thank you for this tutorial. i made one potholder and thought it was so interesting the way it turned out that i had to show it to our little stitching group. They all thought i was going to show the disappearing nine patch - boy were they shocked that 1- it wasn't anything at all like the d9p and 2- how cute and easy the potholders turned out. thanks again. great way to use up scraps. i made mine with charm squares so it really isn't a potholder more like a hot pad!