A Year of Pot Holders Quilt Pattern Book

Stitch a new pot holder to decorate your kitchen each month of the year!

Skill Level: Easy
Electronic Download (33 pages)
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Everyone uses pot holders, so why not make yourself a set that celebrates each month of the year? Add a bit of decoration and style to your kitchen for years to come with these long-lasting pot holders. Make a couple of extra to give away while you are stitching, so when the occasion arises and a gift is needed, you have one handy as a much-appreciated gift. Try several different applique methods, including freezer-paper, fused and interfaced applique, while using up some scraps from your stash. Full-size templates are included.
34 all-color pgs.

Designed by Barbara Clayton.
Item # 391005
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A Year of Pot Holders Quilt Pattern Book

October 18, 2020

These will make nice gifts for family and friends. I can't wait to get started.

A Year of Pot Holders Quilt Pattern Book

October 27, 2016

They are very inspiring. The October's inspired me to make beautiful place-mats. Sorry if my English is not very good.

A Year of Pot Holders Quilt Pattern Book

September 27, 2014

I love any kind of crafting, but crocheting is my passion. I never leave the house without a bag (or 2) with me. I love any kind of pattern, mostly quick and easy ones. Right now I am working on dishcloths to donate to our church's annual bazaar, and I am designing a sundress for myself with a crochet top and a "handkerchief" bottom. My girlfriend had her 1st granddaughter, so I make lots of things for her, just to see her pretty face light up! I have lots of Annie's Attic books that I just keep going back through for different ideas, though some got borrowed & never returned, there are a few I wish I could get back though!!! Do you have a site/place where I might be able to replace some of them? Sure would be nice. My dream has always been to get to Big Sandy, TX to go through "Annie's Attic". That would be my dream come true. Why not have a contest for that?????

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Birdie - Please check our e-PatternsCentral.com for other patterns, including some of our older patterns.

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