Happy Thursday friends! Today I have a super fun and quick sewing project for you. These quilt as you go pot holders make cute gifts and they’re so easy to make!
QAYG Quilt As You Go Easy Pot Holder Tutorial 3 Pot Holder Supply List:
I used a lovely print called
Holliberry by Corey Yoder for Moda fabrics. I love the traditional feel of this line. It is kind of muted tones, but festive at the same time.
And that’s it friends, in just a few minutes you can make this adorable, unique pot holder.
They’re perfect for gifts, and I think kids can have a lot of fun making these as well! You can make a few in your favorite colors, add them to a cooking-themed gift basket and you’re good to go!
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Hi friends! It’s October and right about now, I get excited about making holiday gifts! Today I’ll show you how to make this adorable heating pad and travel pillow. It’s so easy and fun, and I think they make great gifts too!
Heating Pad & Travel Pillow // TUTORIAL 9 Ready to get started?
Erica’s Heating Pad & Travel Pillow tutorial here:
You Will Need:
Heating Pad Tips:
If you make the heating pad version, make sure to use 100% cotton fabric. Heat in 30-second intervals on high until the heating pad is the desired temperature.
I hope you enjoyed today’s project! These make such fun gift ideas, and you can put them in a little self-care gift basket too!