Every woman loves cooking and is perfect in the kitchen. If you cook or bake, you need these crafty hot pads and potholders in the kitchen. Once you learn how to make potholders, you’ll find they are both easy and useful.
Making potholders is not only fun but will allow you to enjoy cooking and baking your favorite dishes and treats safely. Also, there are so many great ways to reuse sweaters, and for example, Rustic Upcycled sweaters Pot Holders are one of the best.
Give your kitchen that modern rustic look with stitched potholders that are as useful as they are decorative. Find free Kitchen sewing section patterns here, including quilt pot holder patterns, Christmas potholders patterns.
Follow this simple tutorial and learn how to make potholders that make a funny gift or are just perfect for you! These potholders sewing patterns won’t disappoint! They will make your kitchen more comfortable and warm.
You can also use larger pieces of fabric. You will need: 3/4 yard of fabric, assorted colors, cut into 1 1/2″ strip, Cut one 8×8″ square, the fabric of your choice for the back, 36″ of 2″ wide fabric strip for binding more on that later, and Batting, cut in 8″ squares. You can use 4 or more colors, and you can put the theme you want.
Heart-Shaped Pot Holders
Absolutely adorable, easily created, and the perfect charming shape to hold a hot pot, these sewn potholder patterns can be crafted to match just any kitchen. You will need the following Materials: Heart-shaped potholder pattern template, Appx 1/2 yard cotton batting, cut into 3 12 inch squares, Appx 1/2 yard cotton fabric, cut into 12-inch squares, and 1-yard bias tape.
Deck the Halls Christmas Table Runner
Forget the lights, the ornaments, the villages, and the candles – it’s all about the Christmas table runners. This Deck, the Halls Christmas Table Runner, is such a festive and fun piece of holiday decor. It lends a cozy, homey feel to your Christmas table settings and really brings everything together, not unlike the holiday itself. Why spend money on expensive Christmas decorations when you could make your own gorgeous table runner yourself?
Reversible Tray Cover
The cover is reversible. You need the following materials: Scrap fabrics in coordinated colors. You can try a vintage theme, so the Vintage Embroidered tray cover is delicately stitched with colorful thread and has pretty pom-poms adorning the edges. You can customize them to any season or any kitchen, depending on your fabric and applique choice. The apple applique on this example is a perfect fruit for most kitchen decor.
Patchwork Table Topper
Make a vintage table topper to decorate your coffee table or another small table for a festive holiday gathering. Use this free sewing project to make your own patchwork table topper. This table topper project features a nine-patch center section that shows off a beautiful selection of Christmas spirit. It would make a great addition to your kitchen or living room as an authentically vintage piece of handmade home decor. People will admire your frilly craft as soon as they walk in the door.
Easy Bread Bag
Some bread won’t fit in your fridge or freezer, but you don’t want just to leave it on the counter either. Sew an Easy Bread Bag for fun and sanitary way to store your bread. Check out the bag sewing tutorial to learn how to sew a bag that will keep all your homemade bread fresh. To make your own bread bag, you’ll need a cotton fabric of your choice for the exterior, rubberized cotton, a piece of ribbon about 36″ long, thread, scissors or rotary cutter, a tape measure, and a sewing machine.
Christmas Hot Pads
Are you looking for a great little gift to make for someone? Perhaps your child’s teacher or a neighbor? This fun potholder is quick to make because it uses the quilt-as-you-go method. It’s a great scrap-buster and makes a great gift by itself or added to a basket of kitchen items. Here we give you 17 steps you need to follow to make this project.
Mittens Table Topper
The Mittens Table Topper is the type of DIY table runner that will most certainly impress all of your Christmas guests. You will get so many compliments on this piece of DIY home decor that you will not want to put it away. Featuring surprisingly easy instructions and a ring of too cute mitten appliques, this piece will add a ton of fun to your table.
Hot Pot Holder
Tired of boring potholders? Liven up your kitchen with this decorative “You are so hot.” This easy potholder pattern is sure to impress all your dinner guests. They make great homemade gifts, particularly for new homeowners or newlyweds, who probably receive many cookeries but nothing to rest it on!
Scrapbuster Pot Holder
You can use any leftover fabric you have to make fun, homemade DIY potholders. Use this handy craft when you are working in the kitchen to keep your countertops and hands safe. Plus, this how to make a potholder tutorial show you exactly how to make an easy potholder that will look great in your space. You could easily fashion a whole handful of them from your scrap basket.