Quilted Hot Pad Leafs

Posted by PFAFF®

These lovely quilted pot holders will be a decorative eye catcher in your kitchen and you will have a fantastic time creating them. Download the leaf template and get started right away.  The pot holders will make great gifts that are both unique and personal.  
 
You need:


Preparations
Download the templates and cut them out. Cut the strips for the leaves. They can all be in different length and width as shown in the image below.

Snap-on the ¼" Right Guide Foot and sew the strips together with ¼" seams.  

Layer pieced strips on top of batting, right side up. Arrange templates on top, making sure the dotted lines are parallel with the seams.

Cut out the 2 front fabric pieces together with the batting.


Assemble
Sew A and B pieces together.

Place backing and batting together and the leaf on top. Snap-on the Multi-line Decorative Foot (item #821082096).

Start by sewing the center vein of the leaf. Stitch in the ditch.

Continue by sewing the veins going out from the center. Begin sewing at the center vein and sew out towards the edge. Your Multi-line Decorative Foot will help you keep an even distance between the veins.

Once all the veins are sewn, trim the excess fabric so that all layers have the same shape.

Starting at the center top of the leaf, pin the bias binding around the leaf on the pieced side.  Leave approximately 9" of bias binding at the end to make a loop.

Attach the ¼” inch Right Guide Foot for IDT™ System and sew the bias binding to the leaf using a straight stitch. Fold the bias over the edge and pin.

From the front side, sew the bias binding to the pot holder. At the end, continue to sew the bias binding together for the loop.


Snap-on the Sew-On button foot. Form a loop of the bias binding and attach the button through all three layers.

Repeat the above steps to create a second pot holder for a set.

Done!

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Comments
Sarita
Thanks for all the lovely projects & designs you so kindly give us, please if is not too much to ask could they be PDF? Thanks from the bottom of my heart!
1/16/2016 10:01:43 AM

Judy Strigel
I too would like to print the instructions and be able to follow them at the machine. I realize you can print but that would mean a lot of pages, would like to see a print friendly page. Just stating my opinion.
12/20/2015 6:25:26 PM

Carina Thavelin
Hi Mary, I would use a regular straight stitch. Best Wishes
12/14/2015 4:22:30 AM

Mary Vachon
What's the best way to sew A to B?
12/10/2015 5:53:38 PM

Carina Thavelin
Thank you for your nice comments! we are happy you like the projects.

We just tried to download the templates and it works for us. Could you try another web browser?
12/10/2015 2:26:45 AM

Pat Holston
Sure would be nice to print out these instructions so I could carry them to the sewing room. It is a very cut pattern. Thanks.
12/7/2015 3:14:26 PM

Lisa C
when I try to download the template for the leaf hot pad, I get an error page. Has the pattern expired, and no longer available?
12/7/2015 2:38:00 PM

karolien hooghe
heel tof die blaadjes
12/1/2015 6:32:22 AM

Lucille Foran
Very good for a beginner to give their own made gift.
12/1/2015 5:11:10 AM

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