Thursday, November 18, 2021

Learn How to Make a Quick and Easy Fabric Strip Potholder - Quilt as You Go Sewing Project

If you're looking for a quick and easy way to use up your fabric strips while sprucing up your kitchen, today's sewing project is for you. We'll be using the quilt-as-you go method to sew our strip pieces of fabric together and turn it into a potholder, hot pad, or trivet. Yep, we're quilting as we're going and it's going to be oh-so-easy.

fabric strip potholder using the quilt as you go sewing technique
For this project you will need:
*all fabrics need to be 100% cotton

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The written pattern contains step-by-step how-to directions, photos, and a link to the video tutorial to make a 9" x 9" quilt-as-you-go potholder from fabric strips It's an instant digital download PDF pattern so you can get started on your project right away.

Looking for more quick and easy kitchen sewing projects? 

Check out my Etsy shop, DebsDaysDesigns. You'll find all kinds of projects - more hot pads and potholders, cutlery holders, cloth napkins, pan protectors, baking dish covers and bowl covers, a tortilla warmer, and more!

And check out our work with the strip potholder: