Use your favorite print fabric ...or sports team is winning, headed for the Superbowl, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup, or FIFA - and you, your partner, husband, father, son, brother, grandson,or female family or friend who is a sports fan, wants something with their team's logo on it, and you want to sew them something - They grill or bake, or cook, or they bought a new home, or you want a housewarming gift to give them - Here is a HOUSE SHAPED pot holder pattern, with a pocket for your hand to slide inside, for that cook in your life. You pick the fabric, this pattern will work for any repeat pattern, any cotton professional sports team, your logo fabric, florals, stripes, any repeat, intricate to simple. Now this pattern is good for ANY repeated design fabric that you buy from the fabric, quilt, or craft store, because the patterns printed out can be transferred directly to a sheet protector or clear vinyl. You then take that clear house shaped pattern and pocket pattern to the store, and lay it over the fabric bolt that you unraveled, to determine the placement of the pattern's design layout, thus determining exactly how much fabric that you need. You may need a small amount, 1/4 of a yard, up to 1/2 a yard, depending on how small or large the design on the fabric is, and it's repeat layout. The clear patterns can have the center lines drawn on them, to help you center your pattern, just use the Sharpie marker, and a ruler. My dad is a real estate agent, and wanted me to design a house shaped potholder to give to his customers for the holidays, for Christmas gifts. 2 sizes are offered, 4 patterns for 1 size, and 2 patterns for the smaller size potholder- 8x10" and 9 1/2" x 11" You have 3 options to hang the potholder: -ironing board fabric strip 2" x 6", turned into a loop, with a removable keychain ring pulled through the loop end -button hole placed horizontally or vertically, 1" on center, above or below an element / motif design in the fabric pattern, near the top of the point of the "roof" of the potholder - use the zig zag stitch function on your machine, with a 0 or 1 length and 3 width, and go around the slit 3-4 times - make a loop to hang from inside at the top of the "roof" of the potholder, 2" x 6" strip of fabric used fabric used: repeat pattern design fabric from the store, for the house shaped base fabric and pocket panel Use 2 layers EACH of: Insul Bright white fabric on the inside ironing board fabric on the outside / back, also for hanging loop (optional) Insul Bright can be bought by the yard near the cutting counter or packaged. It has silver reflective properties for potholders and oven mitts, made for hot or cold use. So, if you have someone who wants their favorite fabric, someone who needs a "house" warming, a Christmas or holiday gift, this is your sewing pattern DIY craft to make! I live in southern NJ, so I used Philadelphia Eagles (TM) fabric from Zooks in Lancaster, PA, and available in Joann's, or where ever they sell professional team licensed fabric. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (TM) IN THE HOUSE! Disclaimer: I do not own the rights to this fabric, or any sports or repeat pattern fabric, sold in Joann's, Hancock Fabric, etc. the NFL owns the rights to this fabric repeat pattern shown in photos, and Fabric Traditions is the licensee, of the NFL fabric, as of 2014. Please see "First Sale Doctrine" use at http://info.legalzoom.com/can-make-items-using-copyrighted-fabric-21253.html My pattern is in no way associated with the owner of the copyright or licensee of the fabric used in photos. This house shaped potholder pattern is for ANY repeated design on fabric, and the pattern is specifically made for ANY repeat design fabric, that you chose to use. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic sewing cutting fabric button hole making with zig zag stitch function on sewing machine eye for pattern alignment / matching cutting up a sheet protector or clear vinyl for making a pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 2 pattern sizes included: 8x10 oa. and 9 1/2" x 11" oa.