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Log Cabin Hexi Potholder

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PATTERN DETAILS

I love to sew potholders. It's the perfect way to use up fabric and batting scraps. And to practice quilting. Plus when you're done you have a beautiful and useful item. Sometimes I give them away and (I admit) a lot of the time I keep them for myself. Having a cute potholder makes cooking bearable for me. Why only bearable? Because I'd much rather be sewing. When printing the pattern file, please uncheck 'fit to page' so that it prints the correct size. Each side of the hexagon template is 2''. This newly updated download includes the hexagon template and basic instructions with only a few photos. Find the detailed tutorial on my blog at www.sewcanshe.com/blog/2014/9/26/log-cabin-hexi-potholders-a-tutorial-with-partial-seams If you like this pattern, be sure to check out my Craftsy class Colorful Patchwork Bags and Baskets, with lifetime access and a 100% money-back guarantee. Here's my personal link for 50% off: www.craftsy.com/ext/CarolineFairbanks-Critchfield_10637_H BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew a 1/4'' seam basic quilting (optional) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 9'' x' 10''

Recommended with this pattern

  • scraps of fabric
  • a 9'' x 10'' piece of cotton batting (optional)
  • a 9'' x 10'' piece of insulbright batting

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My name is Caroline and I want to inspire you to sew by showing you something beautiful every day. My website is www.sewcanshe.com. I have four children and a room full of fabric. Sewing has been my passion for as long as I can remember. Since I started having kids most of my sewing is for them and our home. For years now my browser's bookmark files have been filling up with project ideas that I need to try. It's helpful because people often ask me if I know how they can make such-and-such, and I tell them I'll just go home and email you the link to a tutorial. Well, now I get to share those tutorials with anyone who will look (or sign up for my newsletter). If you follow along with us on She Sews! the SewCanShe blog, we'll explore new tricks and techniques and show off our work every Saturday in our linky party.