How to sew a large pot holder for a casserole dish. These make great gifts!
I've been eyeballing large pot holders on Pinterest. They look so USEFUL. I'm tired of lining up two small ones to go underneath a hot casserole dish and it seemed simple enough to make a large pot holder. This has been a project I've been wanting to do for a while and it did not disappoint. It was fairly simple, it wasn't terribly time consuming, and they came out really cute.
Best part? Most people have normal size pot holders, but I'm guessing a large one would make a GREAT gift. Making a few of these is no big deal and it's a great way to practice putting on bias tape.
Or just make your fabric cuts smaller and make small pot holders. Your choice. Same technique.
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How to Sew a Casserole Dish Pot Holder
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