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Non-Stick Pan Protectors

Protect your favorite frying pans with this easy sewing tutorial!


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Non-Stick Pan Protectors
Non-Stick Pan Protectors
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Non-stick frying pans are one of the best aspects of modern cooking but any scratches can lessen their performance in your kitchen. Make sure to protect your favorite frying pans by creating these genius Non-Stick Pan Protectors with this easy step-by-step tutorial! This sewing tutorial is the perfect way to prevent your favorite non-stick cooking tools from getting scratched and is a great organization idea.

The best part about this easy sewing tutorial is that you can easily customize your pan protectors to match your kitchen, meaning they're fun and functional. These kitchen sewing projects are also fantastic if you have an upcoming bridal shower or need to make a quick house warming gift. Protect your pans for years to come with this incredibly useful sewing tutorial.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine


Materials List

  • Westcott 4” Straight Titanium Bonded Scissors #13866
  • Westcott Titanium Bonded Ultra Smooth Spring Assisted Scissors, 9” #14233
  • Westcott Self-Healing Cutting Mat 24” x 36” #15352
  • Westcott 18” Stainless Steel Ruler #10417
  • Fabric
  • Quilt Batting
  • Stick Pins
  • Sewing Thread
  • Sewing Machine (optional)


  1. Measure across the width of your pans with the Westcott Brand 18” Stainless Steel Ruler and add 3” to this dimension to determine the size of your fabric and quilt batting for the next step.

  2. With the Westcott Titanium Bonded Ultra Smooth Spring Assisted Scissors and using the Westcott Self Healing Cutting Mat as a guide, cut 2 square pieces of fabric and 1 square piece of quilt batting for each pan you wish to protect.

  3. To assemble each pan protector, pin the piece of quilt batting between the two pieces of fabric, right sides out.

  4. With your sewing machine, sew all the way around each pan protector with blanket stitch in a coordinating thread color. If you prefer, you can do the sewing by hand. Lastly, trim away any threads or frayed edges with the Westcott 4” Straight Titanium Bonded Scissors.

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These pan protectors are a great way to use up larger pieces of scrap fabric...and these do wonders for cutting down noise in Campers and RV's and plain old car trips!! For our RV, I just sewed the "sandwich" of fabric and batting, then pinked the edges. The whole process was quick and easy..

Just what I was looking for. Pan Protectors. When kitchen space is at a premium, stacking pans is a must. Having a cushion between each is perfect for storage. Better than paper toweling which bunches up after a time and even better than potholders as these protectors provide cover for pan edges. Pretty too.

These are a great way to use up larger pieces of scrap fabric...and these do wonders for cutting down noise in Campers and RV's!! For our RV, I just sewed the "sandwich" of fabric and batting and pinked the edges...very fast..

Non-stick Pan Protectors are really useful, and a good idea. I want to protect my investment so I was happy to find this project here. I have to say that these look just like large pot holders though. I was expecting something more complex and round to make. These are definitely easier to make than I would have thought. Plus, I never would have considered adding batting, but it makes sense now. The batting will protect better. I guess I was thinking of the ones I have seen sold in stores that are so over priced and consist of just one piece of fabric! I definitely take back what I said as these ones seem to be much better. Thank you for sharing.


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