Orchard Hot Pad
By Charise Randell
I love to make hot pads and have more than I can count on one hand! They are fast and easy projects and are great to give as gifts. I think of mine as little mini quilts that you get to use and admire each and every day! This orchard hot pad is a fun way to use your favorite fabric scraps. I combined vintage and new fabrics to give the potholders a vintage scrappy look!
The pattern is 13 pages in total and is delivered as a PDF download.
Finished Size: 9 3/4" x 8"
~12 - 2 1/2 inch light ground squares in a mixture of vintage and new fabrics
~1 - 3" x 7" rectangle - Green Print for the apple stem
~ 1/2 yard - Red Print Fabric for the right apple front, apple back and binding
~ F8 or 1/4 yard - Light Print Fabric for the back pockets - right side & lining
~ 1/4 yard insulated batting such as Insul Brite
~ 1/4 yard batting
Notions & Other Materials
~Matching 100% cotton thread
~Dark Brown embroidery floss
~hand sewing embroidery needle
~fabric marking pen or pencil
~walking foot (optional)
~1" bias tape maker (optional)
I'm a mom of two wonderful boys, crafter and fashion designer by trade.
I love sewing and have been doing it since I was a little girl. My newest passion is quilting and I love to design paper piecing patterns.
Please check out my blog for more projects and patterns: ChariseCreates.blogspot.com : )