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DIY Pocket Potholder

By: Cat W from
DIY Pocket Potholder
DIY Pocket Potholder

"These easy pocket potholders are a great project because they are a quick sew, they are easy to make, and they are inexpensive to make. Even beginners can take on this little project. All you need is some woven cotton fabric in a print or prints that you like and some insulated batting. You can even use woven cotton fabric scraps that you have leftover from other projects. This tutorial shows you step by step with pictures how to make some great potholders with a pocket for your hand."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • woven cotton fabric (less than 1/2 yard)
  • Insulated batting (Insulbrite)

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A pocket potholder is such a practical idea and a safe one too! This would be a nice bridal shower gift, and an added initial on it would be a great touch for gift giving! This could also be used as a trivet or add a loop on it to hang in the kitchen, or add a button at waist level,to an apron, and a loop to this potholder to attach to the apron! Thanks for sharing!


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