Folded Star Hot Pad
This is the perfect beginner class! We will be making the Folded Star Hot Pad. This pattern is primarily made using pressing techniques and a “bias” binding. Everyone will love how this turns out. Great for yourself or as a gift for a housewarming, Christmas, Birthday, or Hostess Gift. Join Christy for this fun class on Saturday Nov. 13th from 11am-3pm.
Minimum of 3 students required for this class to be held.
Click here for a printable supply list.
You will need to purchase:
Folded Star Hot Pad Pattern/Template (Available at J. Madelines)
Water Soluble Glue (i.e. Roxanne Glue, Bohin Glue Stick) (Available at J. Madelines)
InsulBrite (Available at J. Madelines)
A portable iron if you have one (there are only 2 in the class)
Felt Pressing Pad if you have one.
Best Press or Spray Starch
Stiletto or long Tweezers
New Needle in Sewing Machine
Walking Foot if you have one – or Regular Sewing Foot (If you have a clear foot, this may work best for you.)
Pins and/or Wonder Clips
Clover Hot Iron Tool
Frixion Pen or Chalk
Rotary Cutter with new blade
Paper and Pen/Pencil to make notes about the construction of the Folded Star Hot Pad.
We should be able to complete this project in class.
|Materials Included:||We will supply irons, ironing surface, a chair and table with space for you to place your sewing machine.|
|Requirements:||Must bring sewing machine in good working order. If you feel comfortable sewing ? inch seams, you should do fine in this class.|
|Instructor Bio:||I began sewing at 10 with desire and a pattern! From there I took classes wherever I could find them and eventually became a Martha Pullen Certified Beginner Teaching Instructor. While I love to quilt, I began my journey as a 3-dimensional sewer and continue this day teaching and sharing various techniques that I have learnt in constructing purses and applying zippers in purses and handbags. I enjoy teaching beginners through intermediate sewers all kinds of 3-dimensional techniques that can be used in purses as well as wall-hangings, quilts and everyday garment sewing. Come join the fun!|
It seems as soon as October rolls around you are baking clear through till the new year. Treat yourself or your favorite chef to a pretty Folded Star potholder. This is a great project for using up fabrics from your stash and is fun to make. If you've never tried this folding technique before, you're in for a treat.
Find the free pdf pattern for this Folded Star potholder on my Free Patterns page. Illustrated instructions will get you folding and stitching up your hot pad in no time.
I will wrap up (no pun intended) my A Week of Sewing blog post series tomorrow with a gift idea you can use all year round or give as a hostess gift. Thanks for joining me. Happy folding and sewing!
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How To Make A Folded Star Square Hot Pad
When I found this folded star square hot pad by Shabby Fabrics, on YouTube, I absolutely fell in love with this beautiful project. The beautiful star hot pad is made using a glued paper piecing method that is so easy.
Materials For Folded Star Square Hot Pad:
In this folded star square hot pad by Shabby Fabrics, on YouTube, you will learn how to make this easy, yet intricate hot pad. You begin by cutting and folding all your fabric pieces, and ironing down.
Then, you will add your binding and your beautiful pot holder will be ready in no time.
This is such a gorgeous quilting project, and there is minimal sewing her, so it’s really a fun one!
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