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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

10 for Tuesday: Free Sewing Tutorials for the Kitchen

    10 Free Sewing Tutorials for the Kitchen: hot pads, cozies, and towels to sew | She's Got the Notion

    I spent a lot of time in the kitchen cooking and baking. Especially now that is cooler outside and I can run my stove and oven without heating up the whole apartment. I admit that it's a bit drab in my kitchen with boring hand towels and old, burnt hot pads. It could definitely use a face lift and a bit of decor. So I've gathered 10 free sewing patterns for the kitchen. Grab a few yards of coordinating fabric and sew some matching hot pads and appliance covers.

    Hot Pads

    Liberty Hot Pads from The Purl Bee
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  1. Liberty Hot Pads from The Purl Bee: These pretty pot holders will add style to your kitchen.
  2. Two-Handed Pot Holder from Sew4Home: This long, two-handed hot pad is great for large pots and dishes.
  3. Microwave Bowl Holder from Syzygy of Me: This is a cozy for your bowls that you can put in the microwave. No more burnt fingers!

    Cozies and Covers

    French Press Cozy from Sew4Home
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  4. French Press Cozy from Sew4Home: Keep your coffee hot with this French Press cover. It's an easy project made using a placemat.
  5. Quilted Tea Cosy from MessyJesse: Make your teapot stay hot with this adorable cosy.
  6. Toaster Cover from Penny's Hands: Help dust stay out of your toaster with this tutorial.
  7. Potluck Bowl Cover from The Cottage Mama: Sew up some covers for your lidless bowls.


    Thread Vintage Tea Towels from The Purl Bee
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  8. Thread Vintage Tea Towels from The Purl Bee: Add a vintage feel your tea towels with a stitch pattern using accent thread.
  9. Easy Grab Towels from Thread Party: This has very basic instructions, but it's a quick and easy project. It uses printed cotton and birds-eye cotton to create towels that can replace your paper towels.
  10. Bound Edged Tea Towels from SewChic: Add extra flair to your tea towels by sewing on a pretty fabric edge. An easy and quick project.

    Happy Sewing!

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