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Heart-Shaped Pot Holders

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Heart-Shaped Pot Holders
Heart Shaped Pot Holders
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Learn how to make potholders that will help you cook some love into every single dish you make with this tutorial. Whether you are looking for a Valentine's Day gift for a special someone or simply sewing up a DIY hostess gift, these Heart-Shaped Pot Holders will certainly do the trick. Absolutely adorable, easily created, and the perfect charming shape to hold a hot pot, these sewn pot holder patterns can be crafted to match just about any kitchen. With the right combination of fabrics, these sewn pot holders will easily mesh with any color scheme.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

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For more great Valentine's Day projects, check out 21 Valentine's Day Sewing Projects.

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this is so cute

I have made these and they are beautiful, gave them away to my sisters and nieces and they loved them.

I keep getting a message that "an error with this website has caused the page to stop working" when i try to download the heart potholder pattern.

I simply L.O.V.E. it !!!! _

I have been making heart shaped pot holders for over 30 years, but I do not use the bias binding. I prepare these the same way, but leave a small opening to turn them after sewing them right sides together. Once I have slip stitched the opening closed I do a top stitch all around about 1/4 inch away from the edge. This is an easy way for those of us who don't like to deal with bias binding. I have used the prequilted teflon bottoms for heat resistance as well as the insulbright. I like the fact that old ideas keep recirculating. Wish I had copyrighted them, but it was a paper pattern given to my by a friend of my mother's who had been making them for years as well.

I made 24 of these pot holders. I baked heart shaped cookies, decorated them and put one in a zip lock bag and placed it each pot holder. My employees loved them!

I made several of these for my neighbors and they were a hit! So easy to make and adorable!

these are the cutest pot holders ever and I love the pockets on them.

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