Have you ever wondered what to do with all of those leftover fabric scraps you have when you've finished a sewing project? Don't throw those scraps away...use them to make a plethora of pot holders! They're oh-so-cute and easy to make.
This PDF pattern and tutorial that will take you from start to finish in creating your own potholders from fabrics that you choose. There are lots of detailed pictures and instructions to guide you along.
This ePattern includes:
*Materials and supplies lists
*3 pages of step-by-step layout, cutting, and sewing instructions
*Full color instructional pictures
*BOTH customary unit (yards, inches, etc.) and metric unit (centimeters) measurements
Please note, because of the nature of this item, pattern is not eligible for a refund. However, I do stand by my product. If you should happen to have a problem while sewing this pattern, I'm more than happy to help you via emails.
Skill level: Easy (though some sewing experience is helpful but not required)
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However, You MAY sell any handmade items you create using this pattern, but I ask that you give design credit to Modern Vintage Designs in your listing descriptions and on item hang tags.
My name is Tanya and I am a self-proclaimed fabric addict with a life long love of fabric, sewing and clothing design. In high-school, I worked at a fabric store at nights and on the weekends. I ...
My name is Tanya and I am a self-proclaimed fabric addict with a life long love of fabric, sewing and clothing design. In high-school, I worked at a fabric store at nights and on the weekends. I spent so much of my paycheck on fabric (hey, I had an employee discount...I couldn't resist) that my parents were amazed that I saved anything for college. I have a degree in Clothing and Textiles and I've held several jobs in the apparel, fashion and textiles industries including sales, inspection, construction, alterations, costuming and custom sewing.
All of my patterns are my original designs that are drawn, draped, and drafted by me. I'm doing what I love...could life be better?