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I am Kristie Hubler, artist, product designer, pattern maker, & owner of http://fabricatedframes.com

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Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder

from Fabricated Frames
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder
Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder house oven mitt Paris inkjet fabric art
Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder back Paris house shaped oven mitt
Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder parts of house shaped potholder
Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder Paris Art House Potholder
Paris Eiffel Tower house shape potholder

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sewing, inkjet fabric printing, cutting fabric, ironing

Pattern Description:

Love Paris, France, the Eiffel Tower, or even Paris Las Vegas resort's shopping boulevard? Wonder what a house shaped oven mitt / pot holder would be like to have? Here it is! I formatted my impressionist / pointillist Paris / Eiffel Tower inspired art, to print onto inkjet fabric, art and pattern created by me, Kristie Hubler. It has a base fabric, house shaped, with a pocket for your hand, or you can use it as a trivet, if you want, a loop to hang, it's layered inside with a quilted fabric with batting, and backed with ironing board fabric, so your hand will be protected very well. My father is a real estate agent, and has me make them for his customer's holiday gifts. They're are great gifts, or for your own kitchen! Thank you! artist Kristie Hubler, owner of fabricatedframes.com, washable, sewn, fabric picture frames, brooches, oven mitts, kitchen gloves, ornaments, pug & Yorkshire terrier jackets and bellybands, plus the epattern crafts to make the fabric crafts, $1 ad $5 available.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 8" wide at widest part (eaves of roof) by 10" long
  • pocket when finished is 6 1/2" wide by shy of 6" long


  • 2 sheets of 8 1/2" x 11" inkjet fabric, 1/16th yard or 2" x 45" solid color or coordinating fabric, 1/4 yard of ironing board or 8x10" fabric with silver coating, 1/4 yard or 8x10" 1" diamond quilted white fabric with batting between layers, roll of thread, about 50 straight pins, sewing machine, extra machine needles denim weight, iron, fabric scissors, paper scissors, inkjet printer, ink in your ink cartridges
  • or 1 1/2 yards of 1/2" wide seam binding coordinating color(s)
  • 8x10" piece of Insul Bright, cut to 6" wide by 10" long (should not be as wide as other fabric)
  • 1/4 yard of plain, solid white fabric, cotton, or cotton/poly - cut to house shaped base pattern size - will have Insul Bright sewn to it, and both white fabric and Insul Bright panels will be inside, sandwiched between 2 printed fabric panels for house shaped base panel and pocket panel, and ironing board fabric

You Will Also Need:

  • cold tap water and a clean, old towel, to rinse your June Tailor washable inkjet printer fabric and lay flat to dry before sewing
  • old pillowcase or clean old piece of fabric to sandwich between your inkjet printer fabric sheet and iron, so you don't scorch or mar your print out with the iron

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