Scrapbuster Potholder

By: Faith for Fresh Lemons
Updated September 07, 2021
Scrapbuster Potholder
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You're always looking for crafty ways to use up fabric from your stash - why not make the Stashbuster Potholder? You can use any leftover fabric you have to make fun, homemade DIY pot holders. Use this handy craft any time you are working in the kitchen to keep your countertops and hands safe. Plus, this how to make a pot holder tutorial show you exactly how to make an easy pot holder that will look great in your space. You could easily fashion a whole handful of them from your scrap basket.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Got lots of scrap pieces of fabric left from other projects and can use some new or more pot holders then here is a tutorial for you. I have made a few and they are easy and fast to make and I like that you can design your own. I tried to sew mine without the adhesive and it shifted when I sewed it and the piece was a little off but now I see this scrapbusted is sewed that way so I will finish the one I started. These will make good housewarming gifts too.

where is the pattern for the scrapbuster potholders

These are adorable! My Mom has been doing this for years. Recently she realized that it is a good idea to make them rectangular, and bigger! Everyone she gives them to loves them. (Usually she makes them 8 X 11, or so). She loves using scraps!!! I give her all the hems I cut off pants that I hem for my clients and she painstakingly picks out all those hems and uses 'garbage' to make something beautiful.

I made some of these out of Christmas fabric with left-over pieces from other projects. They came out SOOOOO stinkin' cute!!! I have a feeling I'll be giving a bunh of these for Christmas.....regular fabric for year round use, though....<3


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