Sunday, November 21, 2021

Make Your Own Large Hot Pad with Fabric Strips Using the Quilt-As-You-Go Sewing Method

Looking for simple ideas to make homemade hot pads and trivets? Learn how to sew a large hot pad from fabric strips and batting using the quilt-as-you-go sewing technique with this step-by-step how-to tutorial. With the finished project measuring 12" x 16" it's great way to protect your table and countertops from your kitchen's big casserole dishes and glass pans. And it's a good project for a beginner, too! 

large quilt as you go fabric strip hot pad trivet

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 12" x 16" quilt-as-you-go hot pad from fabric strips It's an instant digital download PDF pattern so you can get started on your project right away.

Rather make a fabric strip potholder using the quilt-as-you-go method instead? 

Looking for even more quick and easy kitchen sewing projects? 

Check out my Etsy shop, DebsDaysDesigns. You'll find all kinds of projects - more hot pads and potholderscutlery holderscloth napkinspan protectorsbaking dish covers and bowl covers, a tortilla warmer, and more!

And check out our work with the strip hot pad to see how easy it is for anyone to sew: