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Thread: Three Quick Hot Pads

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    Three Quick Hot Pads

    Here are 3 hot pads I made this weekend. I had some scraps to use up and a friend had asked for some.

    I got the idea for the swirled feather quilting design from a quilt just Charisma posted--Thank you, Charisma!

    They are about 9" in diameter and have a couple of layers of batting. Next time I'll add another layer or two of batting, but then I'll have to quilt each side separately before I put them together so that I can get them under the foot of my machine.

    They were a such fun little project!
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    very very nice! Really like this! Really!

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    I would not let these touch a greasy pot Too beautiful to use!!

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    These are very pretty!
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    These are NICE! Great idea for the double batting!
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    Very pretty hot pad!! You did a great job on the quilt design!

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    Really a nice change from squares and very lovely.
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    Very pretty - actually, too pretty to use especially for everyday. I would wait for company and then show them off!

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    Very nice and the quilting is great!
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    I think they would make lovely trivets. Thanks for sharing - the design and quilting are gorgeous.
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    You did a great job!! They are very pretty and so well made. I look at Charisma's work for ideas too.
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    How did you cut/sew the round binding? I would love to know.... it is perfect... to match the rest of your hot pads!! Beautiful.
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    These are great. Did you use a double layer of batting because of the heat from items that could be placed on top? You could have used a product called insul-bright. Used for heat related items. Works great if you didn't want the bulk form the batting.
    Love the trivets.

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    really really nice! i'm super impressed with your binding...can you tell me how you did it??

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    I would not let these touch a greasy pot******I agree!

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    Beautiful! What a lucky friend! They would make a great hostess gift.

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    very nice..love that quilting motif!

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    Beautiful work - pretty enough for mini-table centerpieces...
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    SO pretty. They would look fabulous in my kitchen and I'm with erstan947 - no messy pots touching these!

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    Awesome, I like them alot. Thanks for sharing.
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    They are beautiful!

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    Both are really nice !
    Deb in Texas

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    Perfection! Love them wendy!
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    very nice, but how in the world did you get them so ROUND??

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    They're beautiful and the oh so "round" is what I noticed first too...amazing!

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