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Easy Pot Holder Towel

By: Fawnda Norman for Fireflies and Jellybeans

Easy sewing projects like this are perfect for the kitchen. When you're not using Fawnda Norman's Easy Pot Holder Towel during baking, simply hang it up by the oven to use as a towel or for decoration.


  • Coordinating Dish Towel
  • Pot holder
  • Button
  • Thread
  • Sewing machine
  • Needle (to hand sew the button on)
  1. Iron your dish towel if needed.

  2. Turn the towel right side down and fold the side in so that it is the width of the pot holder. Iron the folds.

  3. Fold in half lengthwise and iron on that fold.

  4. Line up your fold on to your pot holder where you are going to sew it.

  5. Flip the towel open so that the wrong side is facing up (with the folds showing) and pin to your pot holder. 

    This is what it should look like on the other side.

  6. Sew your towel and pot holder together, using the crease as a guide. I sew it two times to give it extra strength.

  7. Fold your pot holder up and mark where the loop crosses over the other side and mark for where you are going to sew your button.

  8. Hand sew your button on. 

    Hang on your towel holder, refrigerator handle, or oven handle, where ever you see fit!

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