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February 25, 2011


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Very nice tutorial! Thanks so much.


yay!! really nice! I had no clue about how this potholder was made. I have to try this!! Thanks for sharing!

Becky Stancill

Thanks! It's so dern cute!


Fantastic tute, thanks! These are so easy and fun for the bigger kids too (who i can get to do the folding for me).


very, very nice potholder and tutorial too. I hope that it is okay, that I posted a picture of your potholder in my blog with the link to your blog. I have a tutorial for a purse organizer in blog, be welcome to use it *smile*


Wow, that looks so much more difficult than it actually is. Thanks so much for the great explanation. I'll be spreading the word about your tutorial.

A learning

Can anyone give me download link to a free german learning e book?

jessica@Sew Homegrown

love it! I'll be linking later today!
(if that's not okay let me know)

Sarah L. Grainger

great tutorial!

Jill Denton

Super, super cute! Do you sell your work online anywhere?

Happy day to you!


I love it! I did one on sunday - it doesn't look as perfect as yours, but I like it anyway :)


This is totally amazing. I wish I wasn't sitting on a train so i could make one straight away!!! Thank you so much for sharing this!!


I made one too! Well, two, really. It was so quick and easy!


Thanks for the tutorial! Really easy and really nice!


Thank you for the tutorial! I am so going to make this.


these are just so fabulous, how on earth did you come up with this wonderful idea?!


Please help! You said the patterned circles you used were about 4.5" (is this the diameter or radius?). What size circles were the sold colored ones? They look fun and easy. Thanks for your tut and additional help.


Awesome tutorial!


I've made several in seasonal colors. I put a nice backing on them with Insul-Bright as a filler and use them as "hot pads" on my table for setting hot dishes on. Also made matching fabric pot holders, place mats and napkins. Thank you so much for the pattern.


another way to use up all that scrap - thank you for sharing. I'll bookmark so I can find it easily again, when I get ready to do one (after I get these two purses made).

rhoda chaple

love ur site. the potholder was so cute. could even use in a quilt. u think?

Helen McGill

I'm new at this so please bare with me. I cut my circles to your measurements of 4.5 inch in diameter and the whole thing only is as big as a coaster. Is this right?

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