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Thread: Hot Pad Tutorial

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    Member Samelia's Mum's Avatar
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    Here's my latest tutorial.

    Make a quick hotpad / pot holder.

    I've made mine with Christmas fabrics, but any seasonal or scrap fabrics would be suitable.

    http://www.sameliasmum.com/2011/07/m...e-hot-pad.html
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    Member Samelia's Mum's Avatar
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    Wow that picture came out quite big, didn't it :-)

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    Thanks for the tuts. Sounds simple enough that even I can do it. I love the single fold binding too.

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    Cute. Thanks!

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    Thank you!

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    Cute.

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    Nice! Thanks!

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    Like your Christmas fabrics. Thanks,

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    thank you

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    Your tutes are great. Thanks for sharing :-D

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    I love hst's as well. Made a few things with them. I usually sid when I make stuff with them , but I love the stitching you did on your potholder. Thank you.

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