My husband and just love these bowl potholders for the microwave. I made them last week and have used it five times already.
Great for your orphan blocks, just size them down or make a bigger bowl? You can make different sizes. This is a ten inch.
There are a lot of free tutorials out there. There is one on craftsy as well
Make perfect Christmas gifts, especially if you made them in different sizes.
I have already given one away and she loves it...so she says but I believe her because I love mine.
Great way to use up those scraps of batting as well.
Don't forget the "You Can Quilt" blog hop..
Oct. 9 – Ch. 1. Basics - Leila Gardunia http://sewnbyleila.blogspot.
Oct. 12 – Ch. 2. HST - Tammy Silvers http://www.tamarinis.typepad.
Oct 14 – Ch 3. QST - Connie Kresin Campbell http://www.conniekresin.com
Oct. 16 – Ch 4. Flying Geese - Maryellen McAuliffe http:// teachpany.blogspot.com
Oct 19 -- Ch. 5. Wonky - Christine McCrann Martinez http:// madeinscraps.blogspot.com
Oct. 21 – Ch. 6. Improvisation - Connie Kauffman http:// kauffmandesigns.blogspot.com
Oct. 23 -- Ch. 7. Foundation Paper Piecing - Joan Kawano http:// moosestashquilting.blogspot.
Oct. 26 – Ch. 8. Curves - Marlene Oddie http://kissedquilts.blogspot.
Oct. 28 - Ch 9. One-Patch Blocks - Bea Lee http://www.beaquilter.com
Oct. 30 – Ch. 10. Applique - Barbara Gaddy http:// bejeweledquilts.blogspot.com
Nov. 2 – Ch. 11. Inset Seams - Pamela Boatright http://pamelaquilts.blogspot.
Nov. 4 – Ch. 12. Challenge Blocks - Linda Stewart Pearl http:// www.onequiltingcircle.comNov. 6 – Ch. 13. finishing – Marlene http://kissedquilts.blogspot.