Chicken Pot Holder

Chicken Pot Holder

by Sarah
(Paragould, AR USA)

I Am Six and This is My First Sewing Project!

I Am Six and This is My First Sewing Project!

Cut your material first. Use a white piece of linen and cut one square 7" X 8" and cut the batting for the inside to fit this size also.

The other square should be a color to match your thread which is the backing. Cut the second piece 8" X 10".

Take an iron on print out of a pattern such as my chicken and iron on a piece of the white material. Then you sew the chicken pattern.

Once sewn, then iron it flat and place all three squares together. The bottom square will be folded up and over the top and you will overlap the stitches.

Once all done, then iron flat and you can start using as a potholder.

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Jan 26, 2010
Love it
by: Debbie, Editor

Great job on your first project. Hope there are many more to come!

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