Condo Blues: Quick and Easy Potholders and Friday Favorites Linky Party 550

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Quick and Easy Potholders and Friday Favorites Linky Party 550

I noticed a worn spot on an oven mitt I popped into the washing machine. It made me realize how the potholder/oven mitt population has gotten dangerously low around here. I made a mental note to add pot holders to my next shopping list.

And then I realized I know how to sew and that I can new potholders. Yeah. I know. Crazy right?

Especially when I've been happily sewing fabric stash bust projects like a fiend since March. I can actually see the bottom of my fabric storage box!

how to make potholders from fabric scraps
They are fancy but that's OK. The life expectancy of my potholders are on the short side
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I  followed my How to Make Dalek Potholder tutorial to make the potholders with the exception of sewing three pieces of interestingly cut scrap fabric to make a rectangle and sewing quilting lines in the center for practice. Also, I was listening to a good book on Audible (you can try Audible and get TWO FREE AUDIOBOOKS HERE!)  and wanted to finish the chapter. (Disclosure: I am including affiliate links in this post for your convenience.) I had part of a medium weight bath towel I used to back baby bibs and used that for the middle layer instead of Insul-Bright (you can learn more about  Insul- Bright insulated lining here)

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Lisa from Condo Blues chose DIY Glass Bell Shaped Cloche from Doodle Buddies

Jerri at Simply Sweet Home chose

DIY Wooden Vase Holder from Wooden Pallet Projects

Amy at A Day of Small Things chose How To Cook A pumpkin Easy in The Oven from Artful

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Dollar Store Sweater Pumpkins from Simply Beautiful By Angela

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Karren Haller said...

I love the feature of the cloth pumpkins, so inspiring. Thank you for stopping by to share your party and for hosting as well.
Have a great weekend!

Reidland Family said...

My mom likes to make some similar potholders with terrycloth towels but I love how yours look.

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