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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:

Sunday, August 15, 2021

Make a Large Hot Pad - 50% Off Sewing Pattern

Today's featured downloadable pattern is something for all of us who use large glass pans or casserole dishes. It's a quick and easy quilted hot pad measuring a generous 12” x 16”. Better than having to use two square hot pads, for sure.

Click on this link or on the photo below to go straight to the large hot pad sewing pattern in my Etsy shop. Then enter the super secret coupon code AUG15SPECIAL at check out to receive 50% off the PDF pattern.

Happy sewing! (And baking and cooking!)

Don't forget to come back tomorrow for yet another featured pattern at 50% off...

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Sew a Large Hot Pad - Tutorial Tuesday

It's Tutorial Tuesday and today we are making a large potholder. If you have one of those big honkin' glass pans that won't fit on a regular potholder like I do, this project is for you.

Homemade Large Hot Pad for Glass Pans and Casserole Dishes Sewing Project
For this project you will need:
NEED FABRICS? Get a fabric kit for the project at: 

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

How to Make a 4th of July Flag Large Hotpad - Tutorial Tuesday

As we approach the 4th of July, it's time for picnics and gatherings. Unfortunately, this year we may have to go with at-home socially-distanced versions. Even if it's just you and the members of your household, today's hotpad project made with red, white, and blue fabric strips can add a little festiveness to your holiday.
July 4th Fabric Strip Large Hot Pad Sewing Project

For this project you will need:
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You can find the step-by-step how to tutorial for the 4th of July flag large hot pad sewing project right here:

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Sunflower Potholder Sewing Project - Tutorial Tuesday

For today's Tutorial Tuesday sewing and crafting project we are going to be brightening up our kitchen's decor with this cute sunflower potholder. It's a great project for spring or summer or really anytime of year!

Sunflower Potholder Sewing Pattern

For this project you will need:

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Otherwise, watch the how-to video to make your very own sunflower potholder:

This is one of the projects my pattern testers worked on. Just take a look at some of their work!

Want more potholder and hot pad tutorials? Check out all my others!:

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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

How to Sew a Fabric Tortilla Warmer - Tutorial Tuesday

It's Tutorial Tuesday and I have a tortilla warmer project for you.
Homemade Fabric Tortilla Warmer Sewing Project
Looking for more sewing and crafting projects? 

For this project you will need:
  • A plate or some other object measuring 11”
  • 2 pieces of main fabric, cotton, measuring 11 ½” x 11 ½”
  • 2 pieces of lining fabric, cotton, measuring 11 ½” x 11 ½”. I like using a plain fabric with few dyes since this fabric will be touching food
  • 2 pieces of batting measuring 11 ½” x 11 ½”. If you plan on using this warmer for table use only you can use cotton batting. However, if you plan on placing the warmer itself in the microwave please use Wrap-N-Zap batting.
  • Pins or Clover Wonder Clips
  • Iron
  • Rotary cutter
  • Cutting ruler
  • Cutting mat
  • Sewing machine
  • Matching thread
*These measurements are for tortillas 8" and smaller.
*A warmer for 10" tortillas will require the fabric and batting to be 13½” x 13½” and a circle template to be 13".
*For extra-large burrito size tortillas, your circle template will need to be 3" larger than the tortilla. Your fabric and batting will be 3½” larger than the size of the tortilla. 


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Otherwise, you can find the step by step how to tutorial for the homemade fabric tortilla warmer sewing project here:
Looking for more kitchen sewing and crafting projects? 
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Monday, November 8, 2021

How to Make Cloth Fabric Baking Pan and Casserole Dish Covers - Reversible and Washable

Today we're learning how to make reversible cloth fabric baking pan and casserole dish covers. Use these square and rectangle washable covers to take to your holiday gatherings, or use at the next potluck, picnic, or BBQ. Choose your own fabrics to make decorative pan and dish covers and spruce up your kitchen accessories for all the seasons and holidays! They are eco-friendly, are a great project for beginners, and make a nice kitchen gift, too.

cloth fabric baking pan and casserole dish cover
For this project you will need:
• 2 contrasting fat quarters (measures approximately 18” x 22”)
• fabric clips or pins
• circle template 
• iron
• always helpful for sewing: scissorsrotary cuttercutting rulercutting mat 

NEED FABRICS? Get a fabric kit for the project at: 

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You'll get step by step how-to directions, photos, printable circle template to make rounded corners, cutting measurements to make covers to fit a 9” x 9”, 9” x 11” or 9” x 13” pans, and the link to the video tutorial. It's an instant digital download PDF pattern so you can get started on your project right away.


Don't forget to watch the baking pan and casserole dish cover's video tutorial to see how to sew them:

Looking for a different kitchen sewing project? Check out my large hot pad, fabric pan protectors, bread basket liner, reversible cloth napkins, and tortilla warmer patterns. All quick and easy projects with written step-by-step instructions and video tutorials!


Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Make Your Own Homemade Plastic Grocery Bag Holder - Tutorial Tuesday

 Today we're learning how to make our own homemade holder for all those plastic grocery sacks.

Homemade Plastic Grocery Bag Holder

For this easy sewing project you will need:

NEED FABRICS? Get a fabric kit for the project at: 

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Otherwise, you can find the step by step how to video for the grocery bag holder right here:
Looking for more kitchen sewing and crafting projects? 
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Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Easy to Sew Picnic Placemat - Tutorial Tuesday

Need a placement that'll hold a paper plate, utensils, and a napkin for your next outdoor picnic or backyard BBQ? Check out this quick and easy sewing project!
Easy Picnic Placemat with Pockets Sewing Project
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For each placemat you will need:
If you are making a set of four placemats you will need one yard of each fabric and one of the interfacing.

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The step by step how to tutorial for the picnic placemat with pockets can be found right here:
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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

How to Sew Quick and Easy Cloth Napkins - Tutorial Tuesday

It's Tutorial Tuesday and I have a new project for you. If you are having a hard time finding paper products in the store, you might find this project comes in handy when you're needing napkins. Today we're making reversible fabric napkins. They go together super fast and last for years.
Homemade Reversible Cloth Fabric Napkins Sewing Project
For four napkins you will need 1 yard of each fabric.

For each napkin you will need:
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You can find the quick and easy directions for the homemade reversible cloth fabric napkins right here:


Tuesday, August 7, 2018

How to Make Fabric Pan Protectors - Tutorial Tuesday

It's Tutorial Tuesday and I have a new project for you. Today we are making pan-pot-glass bowl protectors. They whip up pretty darn fast and work well to keep down the scratches when you're stacking your pans-pots-glass bowls.

Looking for more sewing and crafting projects? 
Click here to see all my tutorials!
Homemade Fabric Pot and Pan Protectors Sewing Project

For this project you will need:
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Or just watch the tutorial video to make the fabric pot and pan protectors here:
Looking for more kitchen sewing and crafting projects? 
Check out some of my other projects: