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Thread: 9 Patch Wonder Block Potholders Tutorial per your request

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    dang...thoroughly confused...sigh...will have to try and write it down and print it off so I can play...

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    Thank you! We will be trying this!

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    Great tute! Thanks
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    Great idea.... thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathdavis View Post
    Oh, I wondered how they made those crocheted potholders, now I know. That is cool. Do you put batting in the crocheted ones?
    I didn't, but I don't see why a layer of insulbrite couldn't be added. I just learned how to make them so I've only made one so far. The first one had to be un- crocheted as itnwas only 4" square. Next one I added a dozen more chain stitches at the beginning. They are super easy.
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    FANTASTIC!!! Thanks so much for this - looks like lots of fun. Between these potholders and the neat casserole carrier we have some great little projects to do.
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    Thanks for the tutorial....

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    That is unbelievable. I just love it. Thank you.

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    Thanks for the tute!! Now I'll try making a few!

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    Thank you so much for the tute. love it

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    Great Tutorial and info re photos. Thank you both for sharing.
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    Thanks so much for sharing! I love these. Can't wait to try it!
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    Would it be smart to just tack down with machine so insul bright does not shift during wash time? Then you could stitch the other corner so is "quilted"?
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    Great tutorial.......... hope to see more from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmom View Post
    I didn't, but I don't see why a layer of insulbrite couldn't be added. I just learned how to make them so I've only made one so far. The first one had to be un- crocheted as itnwas only 4" square. Next one I added a dozen more chain stitches at the beginning. They are super easy.
    I got some for a gift from a colleague at school and she wouldn't tell me how to make them, because she knew I would make my own and that was her standard Christmas gift. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuilterMomma View Post
    Would it be smart to just tack down with machine so insul bright does not shift during wash time? Then you could stitch the other corner so is "quilted"?
    You could quilt it once it is together to keep the insul bright from moving, but with two layers it seems to be firm. Of course I haven't washed mine yet because I haven't used them. Stitch in the ditch or free style loopy would be more fun.
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    Thank you for easy to follow instructions
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    Very cool idea! I will surely give this a shot. You made it very clear.
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    Great tutorial....I think even I can accomplish these with your instructions!
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    Thank you so much for this lesson, you did a great job. Your potholders are beautiful. Plan to make some today.
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    Thanks for the tute. I can hardly wait to try it. The will make perfect little gifts.
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    this is a very nice tutorial thank you so much for the potholder pattern
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    Thanks for the tut i think i will make some today!
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    Great idea for orphan blocks.
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    Thanks, I am not good at this stuff but I think I can do this with this tutorial. I love it, Granny
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