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This potholder is not only simple to sew, it's practical! The padding is removable so it takes less time in the dryer and it can be returned for a quick clean side.
02 of 09
This potholder mitt can be used as a regular potholder but also has the option of keeping your hand safe from heat by using it as an oven mitt.
03 of 09
The instructions are for an 8" X 8" dish with full details on how to make the dish any size. A great house warming or hostess gift with a nice warm casserole.
04 of 09
Free Pattern and Directions to Sew an Oven Mitt You'll find free directions to sew your own oven mitt here.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
Many of the new pans and cast iron pans do not have an insulating layer to prevent the heat of the pan from transferring to the pan handle. Follow the free directions to sew your own handle potholder to protect your hand from hot pan handles and maintain a safe grip on the pan to prevent spills and accidents.
06 of 09
This simple sewing project takes a potholder and kitchen towel to create a great hanging hand towel that will always be where it's supposed to be!
07 of 09
Sew a Scented Hot Pad
This simple project is a great way to protect your table and depending on the scent you use, you can make your family think they are having hot apple pie.
08 of 09
Pretty Little Trivets & Hot Pads Tutorial
Do you like Dresden quilt blocks? You will absolutely love this tutorial. A fantastic way to use up tiny fabric scraps and have a beautiful finished project.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
09 of 09
Download this free pattern on Craftsy. These are great potholders for the fall season.