30 January 2012

Quilted Pot Holders

I'm loving finding all sorts of kitchen related sewing projects at the moment. So these quilted pot holders were the perfect starting point. I discovered the tutorial via Pinterest, of course! I've found it's a great way to help me organise my 'sewing to do list' by creating a pinboard dedicated to tutorials. Perfect.
I love them hanging on my vintage peg rack I thrifted back in the summer. My kitchen is all coming together nicely now, yayy! (share some pics soon, promise!) 


I used a 1930's repro floral fabric and red gingham binding for a sweet, country kitchen feel.  Oh and do you like my vintage orange le creuset dish?? I inherited it (and some others) from my nana this Christmas - she has a collection of over 50 peices!! serious collector. I think I know where my Pyrex addiction come from now :)
So what have you been sewing lately, can you recommend any good kitchen sewing tutorials online?

7 comments:

  1. Love the touch of the red gingham! And you are one lucky girl to inherit pieces like this le creuset dish.

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  2. So cute!! Love the whole look of everything in the first picture - so pretty :)

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  3. You have used the most gorgeous fabric, really love it! x

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  4. Oh thank you for the link to the tutorial, such a great idea. Your kitchen looks amazing! I love the colours that you've used.
    Your le creuset dish is lovely... :-) I'd LOVE one myself but when I spotted them in the shop the other day, I was So shocked at the retail price of them!!

    Ashley xxx

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  5. these are so adorable! great colors.

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  6. Love these :) xx
    Have you seen my latest sewing project Jess, I'm seriously proud of myself....
    http://roamkix.blogspot.com/2012/01/blanket-le-fou.html

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