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Henderson, North Carolina

Hello! I'm a quilt designer. I've always sewn something for as long as I can remember. Doll clothes, cross stitching, some garment sewing, and then the discovery of quilting, my current passion! ...

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Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern

from Curlicue Creations
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern
Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern
Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern
Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern Frosty Quilted Trivet
Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern
Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • fusible applique
  • bind a quilt

Pattern Description:

With the Frosty Quilted Trivet Pattern, you can handsomely adorn your dinner table or make your Christmas a little warmer. This spirit lifting trivet will protect your table or counter top from those steaming hot brownie or casserole pans, right out of the oven - Mmmmmm! I can smell those brownies right now! It also makes a quick and easy hostess gift to give when attending your next pot luck dinner party.

The Frosty Quilted Trivet pattern makes an approximate finished size 10-1/2" x 10-1/2" trivet, perfect for those 9" x 9" square pans, especially. It works up quickly, using easy fusible applique and rotary cutting methods. This project can easily be sewn in one afternoon.

Add the Frosty Quilted Trivet pattern to your collection now, and add some icy cool flair to your home tomorrow.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10-1/2" x 10-1/2" square finished


  • 1/4 yard Navy Blue Fabric
  • 1/4 yard Light Blue Fabric
  • 1/8 yard White Fabric
  • Small Scrap of Red Fabric
  • Small Scrap of Black Fabric
  • 1/2 yard fabric for backing and binding
  • Batting approximately 14" x 14"

You Will Also Need:

  • Fusible Web
  • Matching thread (white, red, black)
  • iron
  • sewing machine
  • needle

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