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Thread: Pot Holders in Minutes!!

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    I found a web page about how to make your pot holders from left over squares in minutes!
    http://www.eons.com/groups/topic/203...der-in-minutes

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    Wow - really fast!

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    Thanks for sharing! That is so cool! My daughter made a small version with just regular batting, for stemmed glassware coasters for a 4-H project when she was in 5th grade. You just slip the bottom of the glassware inside.

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    Thanks so much for posting this!

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    That is a great idea with stem glassware!!

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    I have seen that same method used to make coasters as well, obviously using smaller pieces of fabric and batting.

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    Very clever and fast! Thanks for posting it!

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    Nice. Thanks for sharing

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    That is a great link!! I love it.Thank you for sharing.

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    Love it!

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    Wow - criss cross coasters a la potholder!
    Very cool idea. I think I might need to make some :)

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    Cool. Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    Woo Hoo I love this. Gifts! Gifts!

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    Thanks!

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    Wow, thanks! Great last minute gifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanna_1
    I found a web page about how to make your pot holders from left over squares in minutes!
    http://www.eons.com/groups/topic/203...der-in-minutes
    Thanks That was fast!!! :XD:

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    Yep, first thing I thought of was over sized coasters. But I make my coasters round now so I don't fret with the corners. Hmm, could do the same for the pot holder. Needs a tab too! And I wish I could turn myself on to fast forward like she did. LOL.. But it took her eight minutes to make so no matter what it was fast for sure!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
    I have seen that same method used to make coasters as well, obviously using smaller pieces of fabric and batting.

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    very clever, thanks!

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    Thanks for the idea and link!

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    I have made the smaller version for coasters and given them away as christmas gifts. You can make them so one side is a different holliday than the other side.

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    Thanks for posting! Can't wait to try it.

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    That's great...would make great hostess gifts and you can never have too many for yourself...Thanks for sharing.
    Dottie

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    I feel like an idiot, but how do I get the directions for these pot holders?? I went through all the sign up for this group, but I can't get the directions using this link. Pls help!

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    I feel like an idiot, but how do I get the directions for these pot holders?? I went through all the sign up for this group, but I can't get the directions using this link. Pls help!

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