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Potholder Tutorial Vlijtig

Potholder Tutorial Vlijtig

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A tutorial for making a nice and simple pot-holder.
A tutorial for making a nice and simple pot-holder.

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Published by: Kristel on Jan 18, 2010
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potholdertutorial
by www.vlijtig.blogspot.com
For making two potholders you’ll need:* 2 pieces of linnen of 16,5x21cm* 2 pieces of linnen of 10x16,5cm* 2 pieces of coloured cotton of 16,5x21cm
* 2 pieces of fyberll of 16,5x21cm
* 2 ribbons of 12cm* linnen-coloured thread
Lay one of the larger pieces of linnen on top of a piece of berll.Stitch across the two layers in a pattern you like. The one shown isstitched in lines from one side to the other. The main goal is to get
the two materials together, which makes it easier to work with later
on in the proces.Fold the smaller piece of linnen in lenght. Pin it tothe bottom of the coloured fabric, with the fold up.
Stitch a line of 1,5cm, 4cm from both sides (marked
on the template), to attach the piece of fabric.This tutorial is for personal use only. Please don’t sell items made using this pattern.
 
Pin the ribbon or cord to the top of thecoloured fabric, like the pictured shows.
Cut the corners (not too close to the stitching) and
turn your work. Carefully pushing out the cornersfrom the inside with a pencil. Iron the porholder andpin the gap together as neatly as possible.
Now it is time to attach the two layers to
eachother. Lay the linnen and coloured
fabric on top of eachother, with good sides
facing inwards. Put in some pins and sew
around the edges, leaving a gap of about 6
cm for turning the potholder.Then use the mattrass-stitch to close. Your potholder is nished!

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