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Thread: Need help finding a pattern

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    Need help finding a pattern

    A while back I saw a pattern -- maybe here, maybe not -- for a fabric "hot roll holder". It was made up of three 'double sided' circles, which were sewn cleverly and had Velcro tabs on the 'bottom' layer so that when closed it opened like a flower with pouches for 12 rolls.

    Can anyone steer me toward that pattern?

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    Sorry, I haven't seen it. It sounds interesting, though.

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    I think this is it (free tutorial):
    http://gingercake.typepad.com/ginger...-tutorial.html

    Edit: Not sure it has the velcro, though. Looks like you could substitute velcro for the snaps in this tutorial.

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    Sounds like a fun gift to make! Just remember to wash the fabric in an unscented detergent and not use dryer sheets, or the rolls will taste like perfume!
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    I remember these!!!! Seems like everything old is new again!!! Life is good!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    I think this is it (free tutorial):
    http://gingercake.typepad.com/ginger...-tutorial.html

    Edit: Not sure it has the velcro, though. Looks like you could substitute velcro for the snaps in this tutorial.
    thanks for this link. i put it on my calendar for xmas gifts for next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat View Post
    Sounds like a fun gift to make! Just remember to wash the fabric in an unscented detergent and not use dryer sheets, or the rolls will taste like perfume!
    I would have learned that the hard way!

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    Here's a picture of the one I have

    I should have done this in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    I think this is it (free tutorial):
    http://gingercake.typepad.com/ginger...-tutorial.html

    Edit: Not sure it has the velcro, though. Looks like you could substitute velcro for the snaps in this tutorial.
    This is definitely the same product, and Velcro would be easy to substitute for snaps, and perhaps would aid in ironing. Thank you very much for helping me find it.

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    My church bazaar patrons will be enjoying this next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    I think this is it (free tutorial):
    http://gingercake.typepad.com/ginger...-tutorial.html

    Edit: Not sure it has the velcro, though. Looks like you could substitute velcro for the snaps in this tutorial.
    I remember an aunt had one of these but she lost it years ago. Thanks for the link - I am going to try to make her one for Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee in Richmond View Post
    I would have learned that the hard way!
    Me too!! I can taste it now!

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    I forgot about these. My grandmothers both made these. They had several for different occasions! I saved the link also!

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    I love this. Thanks
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    How pretty. Looks like something from the 30s.
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