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    made a great pot holder

    Love this pot holder, pattern by Crafty GeminiName:  CIMG1522 (1).jpg
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    Very nice. Will make a great gift.

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    great job! I love the potholders with pockets for your hands

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    That's really nice!

    I love the fabric you picked.

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    Pretty and practical......nice work and great fabric choice.

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    nicely done
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    Great job!!! That fabric is just too cute for words!!!

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    ​Cute pot grabber and fabrics!

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    Looks very nice and handy to grab hot dishes out of the oven. You did a great job and love your fabric choices.

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    That looks so useful. Be sure to make one for yourself. Good job.

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    Very nice indeed.

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    What are the dimensions of your pot holder? I checked the Crafty Gemini site and did not find that type pot holder, though she has lots of other interesting patterns and tutorials.

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    that's cool.

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    I made several of these a couple years ago. They are terrific!

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    Lovely, great fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzanprincess View Post
    What are the dimensions of your pot holder? I checked the Crafty Gemini site and did not find that type pot holder, though she has lots of other interesting patterns and tutorials.
    here is the link. http://land.missouriquiltco.com/double-oven-mitt/ you can also find it on Crafty Gemini youtube posts

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    Very nice, I saw her tutorial and this pot holder is on my Roundtoit List.

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    Great fabric choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feffertim View Post
    Love this pot holder, pattern by Crafty GeminiName:  CIMG1522 (1).jpg
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Size:  1.34 MBName:  CIMG1524.jpg
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    I made a potholder for my adult son who loves to cook using that pattern for Christmas- using his favorite college team fabric- ("Texas Longhorns") planned to make more for other gifts- but time ran out always next year .lol

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    You did a wonderful job!

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    That is an awesome pot holder...

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    very cute!!!
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    I need to make myself more potholders. I have several in the laundry now. Noticed I need more. Very cute!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, 4 crazy cats & 1 dog!

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    Looks like that would be quite handy!

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    love your potholders, I need to make one two. Hey, great gifts for 4th of july.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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