Scented Hot Pads


Scented Hot Pads


One of the best things about cooking in the kitchen is all of the wonderful smells. It is such a relaxing place to be because it smells incredible most of the time. These Scented Hot Pads will make your kitchen smell even better. Fill these insanely easy little projects with any scent you would like. Scented oils, vanilla, and cinnamon all work wonders to freshen the air. This easy sewing project would make an amazing gift for a new homeowner or creative cook.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine


Find out what else you can make with on yard of fabric when you check out our one yard wonders tag.

Your Recently Viewed Projects

Leave a Comment


Cancel Reply to Comment

Thanks for your comment. Don't forget to share!

I make hot pads all the time but these scented hot pads are new to me but what a super great idea and a great way to protect your counters and make the kitchen smell wonderful. Iike that you can just take the inside out and change the fabric or the smell. Great for housewarming gift and all natural smell. Anyone can make these and also a great beginner project too.

I always liked these scented hot pads and wondered how to make them. I don't have to look any further! I used scented oils a lot so I have them already, I have lots of fabric, just need the muslim. I like the fact you can use coffee beans as well since I love the smell of coffee. Thank you posting the pattern.

Having made numerous microwavable rice bags, I especially like this kitchen hot pad as it is interchangeable with different hot pad pocket coverings. Having the rice, scented or not, enclosed in a muslin pocket is a great idea to protect countertops or use as a trivet. A few hot pad pockets made out of a seasonal print would be a nice gift idea.

How are we toget the pattern and the contents of scents. I just get a page to sign up for every pattern you have which I don't want.???

Hello! What you're describing is an option to sign up for that designer's newsletter. If you scroll down on the page you'll see the tutorial. We hope that helps! Happy Sewing!


Report Inappropriate Comment

Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.

Thank you for taking the time to improve the content on our site.

Close Window