How To Sew Quilted Potholder Tutorial Pattern


How To Sew Quilted Potholder Tutorial Pattern

How To Sew Quilted Potholder Tutorial Pattern
How To Sew Quilted Potholder Tutorial Pattern

"How to Sew Quilted Potholder with this tutorial pattern. When it comes to adding a touch of warmth and personality to your kitchen, few things are as charming and practical as homemade quilted hot pads. These delightful kitchen essentials not only protect your hands and surfaces from sizzling pots and pans but also offer a canvas for your creativity to shine. Whether you’re a seasoned sewing enthusiast or a beginner eager to explore the world of crafting, our step-by-step tutorial pattern is here to guide you through the process with ease."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • 1/4 yard each of two fabrics, or two fat quarters. The Snail Trail pattern is a traditional block that adds swirls of movement to your quilt top. Make it in two, three, or four fabrics.

    Batting 14” X 14” square

    Backing Fabric 14” X 14” square

    Binding 2 ½” X 63” strip. Use two pieces of a jelly roll joined together or cut your own strips 2 ½” long and join them together.


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