Retro Teardrop Trivet
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Retro Teardrop Trivet

Updated 4/27/21

Retro Teardrop Trivet
This image courtesy of sameliasmum.com

In the Designer's Words: "This is the perfect project to highlight some favourite fabric scraps. Make one for yourself and one for a friend. It's comes together quickly and you can easily make a few in an evening."
Learning how to sew for your kitchen is a skill that will transform your life. Free sewing patterns like the Retro Teardrop Trivet give you total control over your color scheme. Whether you are making free potholder patterns, trivets like this project, or even upcycling your own kitchen towels, DIY crafts for your space always add a special handmade touch that cannot be purchased in stores. This free potholder pattern requires you to have some basic knowledge of quilting, making it the perfect free quilting pattern to learn the art!

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine

Difficulty LevelEasy

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I love this teardrop trivet it is so cool looking and so different then most you see. It actually may be the talk of your house with people wondering where they can get one. The teardrops actually almost remind me of butterfly wings. I tried to make a quilt and no luck yet so I think I may try by starting with this little trivet first to learn to machine quilt. It looks easy enough. These would make some real cute gifts. Nice tutorial . Anyone make one?

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