Hot pads and oven mitts are great, but sometimes can be overkill when all you need to do is protect your hand while holding a hot pan or pot handle. Time to downsize with a slip-on hot handle sleeve.
One of our most popular patterns ever! Made with all natural fibers, these bowl wraps can go right into the microwave. But wait… there’s more. They work just as well to protect your hands from too cold dishes, like ice cream.
So fresh and fun, we want to take a bite out of these cute kitchen towels! If you’re brand new to appliqué, this is a beginner-friendly design. A classic ticking stripe combines with muslin and rick rack for a perfect homespun combo.
Need a last minute gift? How about a super simple project for a beginning sewer? This kitchen linens classic gives you two projects in one: a set of napkins and a matching half apron in 100% cotton toweling. Pretty and popular!
A heart-shaped bib, pretty ruffles rimming the edges, darts and pleats, all in a yummy combo of color and motif. This is a very fun, flirty apron. And we make no apologies for its all-out “girly-girlness.” Shown in two fabric combos.
Pretty patchwork with pie-shaped wedges spins into a full circle. There are free downloadable patterns for the front wedges and the back circle. A Janome Circular Sewing Attachment gave us those perfect concentric quilting circles.
Hot pads provide a great small surface to experiment with some embellishment. Since they will be around a heat source, you can’t go wild, but subtle touches in natural fibers are so pretty. We used ribbon and decorative stitching.
Pretty towels are a wonderful addition to any kitchen for yourself or as a gift. This option is great for longer fabric scraps. Each towel starts with one 4″ and one 3″ strip, which are then trimmed to fit a purchased base towel.