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Monday, January 4, 2016

FO: a labor of love

Happy new year!

FOs: Christmas 2015 potholders

I've been wanting to share this set of gifts, but I just gave the last few away over the weekend, so now is the time!

I found this pin earlier in the year, and knew it would be a fun undertaking for my family. So, first, I chose two recipes (one for my side of the family, and one for E's).

FOs: Christmas 2015 potholders

I had them printed over at Spoonflower (I got one FQ of each, and managed to buy during a promotion). Then, I used a variety of kitchen-themed prints, including some of my favorites from Melody Miller's Picnic line, and some fun Spoonflower prints.

The majority of the sewing was done using this Nana and Company tutorial.

FOs: Christmas 2015 potholders

I modified the size to fit my Spoonflower panels, and I used the Insul-Brite I had on hand (I didn't buy more, so some of them have extra batting instead of Insul-Brite).

They were a big hit, and I have considered doing something similar for a future Christmas. Although, I might not make another pile of TEN potholders for a very long time.

11 comments:

  1. Love these!! I would love to make a pile like these!!

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  2. Love this gift and your creativity!

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  3. These are absolutely fantastic. Very thoughtful gifts, although I certainly understand it was a big undertaking to make so many. (sjn821 on Rav)

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  4. Gifts from the heart are the best. Thoughtful, meaningful & beautifully made gifts are better than the best. They are so charming!

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