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Butterfly Potholder

$7.50

Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Applique
  • Curved Piecing
  • Embellishments
  • Embroidery
  • Hand Quilting
  • Templates

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  • Digital Pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

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Pattern Details

INSTANT DOWNLOAD File size: 2.8MB Sewing Level: 3 out of 5 buttons Finished size: 8 x 10" Butterfly Potholders are geared toward intermediate level quilters and will take 2-3 hours to complete. The project includes hand applique, basic embroidery & hand-sewn bias binding. Butterfly Potholders are a lovely way to make your kitchen come to life! Only basic sewing skills are needed. This pattern will teach you the rest! Download this digital PDF pattern, print it out, assemble it into a little pattern booklet, and have fun sewing! PatchworkPottery patterns include metric conversion chart, stitches & terms section, illustrated step-by-step instructions, and full size templates. *This pattern is best viewed and printed using Adobe Reader. ©2011 Laurraine Yuyama. PatchworkPottery patterns for personal use only! Do not sell items made with this pattern. Do not sell, share or copy any part of this pattern. Thank you. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TAGS: butterfly potholder quilted appliqué embroidery pot-grabber decorative kitchen accessory oven-mitt hot-pad trivet embellished buttons yo-yo digital quilt pattern

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Laurraine Yuyama is a self-taught quilter who has been designing and sewing her own quilted crafts for over 20 years. She is greatly inspired by tea, Japanese country patchwork, and the online craft community where she is known as PatchworkPottery. She enjoys combining elements from both her passions of patchwork and pottery to create three-dimensional quilted teapots and teacups. Many of her whimsical country designs incorporate machine-appliqué, hand-embroidery and buttons. Laurraine’s patterns have been published internationally in 11 books to date. She quilts, blogs, and sells her quilted craft pattern booklets online from her bright attic studio in New Westminster, BC Canada. www.patchworkpottery.com (Prices will fluctuate to match the Canadian Dollar.)