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Thread: Quilted potholders

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    Quilted potholders

    The finished size is 19x19 cm.
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    Beautiful potholders! You did a great job!

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    Very nicely done.
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    very nice...

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    Very pretty. I shudder to think what they would look like after a month in my house, like gravy splatters and grease globules. I think I would hang those up for "show" and use my uglies for real.
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    Very nicely done.

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    Much prettier than what the store has!!!!

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    Lovely!!!!

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    Very nice!

    I've never made potholders... what's the name of the heat resistant material used on the backs?

    I need to add glampy potholders to the list of stuff I need to make for my sewmobile.

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    nicely done
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    Very Pretty. BrendaK
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    What beautiful and generously sized potholders! I agree, they are too pretty to use in my house. 8-)
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    Lovely! They would make great gifts also!

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    Very pretty. Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    You made some very nice potholders. I like the use of crosshatching, it enhances the fabric design. WELL DONE !!
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    Those are so pretty. You did a good job.

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    Pretty potholders!

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    very nice!!!
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    Lovely. They came out really nice.
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    This is a great set of potholders

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    I love your potholders. I am working on some now from my scraps.. yours look much better than mine

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    Nice work.

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    Great job! Who wouldn't want one??

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    Cute! Who would't want one!! :-)

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    I love your pot holders! Time for me to make some new ones.
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