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Thread: Quilted potholders

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    Senior Member Chay's Avatar
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    Sometimes it's nice to make a small project like these potholders. I just bought a great Bernina 930 and wanted to make a little something using it for the woman who sold it to me. There's a tutorial and templates for the blue and white mitt at this link:

    http://www.warehousefabricsinc.com/b...lder-tutorial/
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    love them

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    Those are cute, nice job.

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    These are just great. Thanks for the link.

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    Those are very pretty!!! :D:D:D

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    Thanks for that link. Yours are really cute and I love the "egg" potholder mitt. I just can't use the ones with the big thumb !

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    Thank you for sharing this. I just wnet to the site to print out the tutorial.

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    I just love whipping up potholders. They make a quick and fun project and friends just love that they match their kitchen decor. Yours are sooo cute! I am just a sucker for Moda fabric and I just made some throw pillows with that same Hello Betty fabric. Thanks for the link, Jackie

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    thanks for the link

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    Cute, well done. Enjoy your new toy.

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    Cute, well done. Enjoy your new toy.

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    Very nice. Little projects like potholders and placemats are a great way to try out a new block, or a colour arrangement.

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    Beautiful!

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    So cute! Thank you for sharing tutorial. :)

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    These are so cute.

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    They are both so cute. Thanks for the link. I may try one on my day off.

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    Those are fantastic!
    Thanks for the link as well - I had not seen the chicken or the egg potholder before :)

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    very very nice...potholders always make a nice little giftie

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    Love them. Saved the tute. Thank You

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    They are great :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    How cute!

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    cute

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    How cute! Eggsactly what I need to make my DIL for a Christmas Stocking stuffer--she has a few hens for fresh eggs! Thanks for the link

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    reallly cute

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    Thanks for the link, I have been making different potholders lately and the egg one is just adorable. Thanks again!

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