This double pot holder with hand pockets pattern will keep your hands safe and let you get that hot dish out of the oven quickly. No need to find two pot holders because this one will do the job for both. Use up some extra fabric with this scrap-busting hot pad pattern.Can I make a pot holder for a gift?
These are pretty enough to give as gifts, but you may want to make two so you can keep one for yourself. This free pattern creates a square pot holder with a pocket, bias binding, and a loop for hanging. You'll be inspired by the fabrics used here: stripes, florals, and linens make an interesting combination that will really spruce up your kitchen.How do you make a hot pad for a casserole dish?
Learn how to make a DIY hot pad for a casserole dish. These also make great gifts for family and friends. Cut a rectangle out of your top fabric, bottom fabric, a layer of batting, and a layer of Insul Brite. Pin the top fabric to your Insul-Brite and batting. Sew together.How many fabrics do you need to make a pot holder?
This free pot holder pattern uses three fabrics—two for the pinwheel design, and one for the bias binding that goes around the hot pad. There are also lots of ideas here on recycled fabric sources that you could use to make these pot holders.