This easy to follow pattern shows you how to make decorative and useful heart shaped pot holders. It's a great project for using fabric scraps and felted wool. I've also included tips on how to make your own wool felt from thrifted blankets and old knitwear, as well as tips and tricks for making and applying bias binding.
Brighten up your kitchen with these heartfelt pot holders. Wool blanketing is not only colourful but will protect your hands from hot pots too! Makes the perfect warm hearted housewarming gift.
This pattern is ideal for a confident beginner sewist who would like a new challenge. Diagrams guide you through all the tricky bits. Eight pages in total with 4 pages of clear instructions and printable template.
This pattern includes full size printable pattern templates, sewing instructions (with diagrams for the tricky bits), and handy directions for making your own felt from unwanted knitwear and old blankets.
Recommended minimum skill level: confident beginners
Finished project size Finished Size:
21cm x 22cm (8 1/4” x 8 1/2”)
Materials and equipment requirements
wool blanketing or thick wool felt
Assorted cotton print fabric scraps
Fat Quarter of gingham check for bias binding or 1m x 2.5cm (1”) wide commercially made single fold bias binding
2.5cm (1”) Bias binding maker or long tapestry needle
Rotary cutter, ruler and mat
General sewing supplies
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