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I've been a quilt designer for more than 20 years specializing in using a curved piecing technique that is utilized in most of my projects and am the author of A New Spin on Curved Piecing, published ...

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Grandma Dot's Fruit Pie Hot Pads

from Seams Like Fun
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Grandma Dot's Fruit Pie Hot Pads
Grandma Dot's Fruit Pie Hot Pads

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills
  • Hand-Stitching

Pattern Description:

I come from a large family and by the time my mother had me she was already affectionately known as Grandma Dot. Grandma Dot always had blackberries growing in her garden, and was the absolute Queen of pie making. When I came across this blackberry print material the year after she died I knew I wanted to use it to make gifts for each of my sisters in her memory. One Summer morning I woke up with the idea to create this pot holder modeled after one of her beloved pies. It gives me great happiness to know that each time it is created and enjoyed by others my mother is smiling down at me from Heaven.
This pattern is featured in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Quilt Sampler Magazine as one of St. Louis Missouri's Jackman's Fabrics top sellers.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 9 Inches


  • "Fruit" Pie Filling Fabric--Fat Quarter
  • "Lattice" Tea-Dyed Muslin--1/4 Yard
  • "Pie Tin" Gray Fabric--1/3 Yard
  • Insul-Brite Fleece--1/3 Yard
  • Cotton Batting--1/3 Yard
  • Lining (either Muslin or Flannel)--1/2 Yard
  • 1" Rick-Rack to Match Tea-Dyed Muslin--2 Yards

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread to match "Pie Tin" Fabric
  • Thread to match "Lattice" Fabric
  • Water-soluble Fabric Pen
  • Clear Scotch Tape (This pattern prints on two pages which will need to be combined)

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