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Thread: Round and Round scrap pot holders

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    Super Member belmer's Avatar
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    I made these round pot holders just to see how they went together.
    I used fabric scraps that were not very colorful, but these were very quick and easy to make. (Not a very good pic though)

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    Great little gifts for people or even wedding favors!

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    those are cute

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    They turned out beautiful.

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    Vert nice. I love the idea of them being round.

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    Awesome, you did fantastic.

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    Good job..they will be very useful too. what did you use as batting inside them? they could double as hot pads too. crafty-linda_b

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    Since reading one of the posts about using coffee filters for foundation piecing I have been trying to think of a cute, fast, easy project to give it a try and I believe these pot holders are just the thing. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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    very nice pot holders, I like the woodsy theme.

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    How big do you make round potholders?

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    Cute great gift idea

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    they look great

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    How big do you make round potholders?
    Check through search for a link to a tutorial for round pot holders. I remember seeing it as a link to someone's blog a while back, maybe Feb. or Jan.

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    Very cute !! Great for small gift !! :-D

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    You can never have enough potholders! Good job:thumbup: Think I need to start some for stocking stuffers this Christmas. Kids always laugh at my out of the ordinary SS!

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    Very nice!!!

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    Great job, I need to make some.

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    Great potholders...great gifts too

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    Quote Originally Posted by crafty_linda_b
    Good job..they will be very useful too. what did you use as batting inside them? they could double as hot pads too. crafty-linda_b
    I used warm and natural batting and insul- bright because I do use them as trivets to set somthing hot on them on the table and of cours you can use them as they were made to use as pot holders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    How big do you make round potholders?
    I made mine 8.5" finished. I cannot believe how fast these went together.

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    Belmer, they look like they belong Up North in Minnesota!
    They would be perfect for my lake home!!
    Nice job!

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    they are neat

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    Awesome pot holders :D:D:D

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    Thanks, again such a good idea, I really like these.

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    great job very handy ,too
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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