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Thread: My fancy potholders

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    Wow! Very upscale. Just love them.

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    How cute those are!! Great job w/the deco stitches. I have lots too but just never think to use them. Kathy

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    Awesome pot holders

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    What fun!! I want the Canada ones!! Love all the fabrics you used!
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    These are neat!
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    Those fabrics are fabulous and the way you used them brightens up those cooking chores.
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    I really like your new pot holders! They are so colorful.
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    Thank you all.

    Bearisgray, they are 8.5" square.

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    What a great and beautiful project, a new twist on a plain potholder. They will make nice kitchen decorations, I could not even think of using one for fear of getting it soiled.

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    They certainly will dress up a kitchen! Love them!
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    Fantastic potholders!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPeezy View Post
    Thank you all.

    Bearisgray, they are 8.5" square.

    Thank you. I always debate about what size a potholder should be.

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    What a great way to try out the stitches on your machine. They are gorgeous!

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    Fantastic potholders.

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    Nice potholders.
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    Cute potholder

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    Great pot holders! I do not sew loops on my pot holders. I hand sew a small plastic ring on the back. It is invisible on the front so I can use the pot holder as a candle mat for my table or as a mug rug.
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    very nice looking pot holders , love your colors .

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    Very beautiful and you did a nice job.
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    These are so nice and colorful !

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    beautiful , who wouldnt want to cook using these??

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    Very nice work. I like your fabric choices.

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    very nice job!!!
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    What a great looking bunch of potholders. Those stitches are different and effective. Thanks for sharing. P.S. Great job on the tabs...
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    Love them!! I have been making pot holders out of scraps from some of my projects. There is a great tutorial on Utube for making the loops that helped me.

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