Potholders

Tomorrow my friend has her birthday and along with a cooking book I want to give her a nice little self made  present, so I made these colorful potholders for her. I found the idea for the potholders here, at a blog called Haak en Smaak. You can find the pattern here



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Natasha of Serenity You featured my X-mas Decoration




Thanks, Natasha!!

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Comments

  1. I love the pattern for this potholder. It reminds me of the ones my grandmother had when I was a child. I have pinned this for future reference. Thanks for sharing
    Donna @ onceuponasewingmachine.com

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    1. So nice to make things your grandmother had once! Show me the result as you've made them some day, okay? Thanks for visiting! Liz

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  2. Handmade gifts are the best and this potholder is so pretty...I know your friend will love it. Thanks for the pattern link and Happy Pink Saturday!

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  3. That is too cute to use as a potholder! I think I would hang it up to enjoy those vibrant colors.

    Popped in from Pink Saturday.

    thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  4. I have potholders, but nothing this pretty. You did a great job and I am sure your friend will be pleased.

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  5. Nice job on the potholder! Thanks for sharing the link to the pattern!

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  6. Very pretty pot holders.

    iHeart PINK
    Have a lovely Saturday. Come and see me when you get a chance.

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  7. Love this pattern. I have two in red and white my grandmother made:) I put them out for Christmas! Following you now. Follow me too at sewsweetvintage.com
    I posted "dolled up" to Mod Mix Monday.

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  8. Love the punchy hues as peacock tail meets art deco vibe of the feel of this beautiful potholder. Great work on it, dear Liz, I bet your friend is going to adore it as much as I do.

    ♥ Jessica

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  9. LOVE this potholder! Nice way to toss about a bit of color!

    TracyAnn from www.crochethappy.com and http://asktracyann.crochethappy.com

    http://asktracyann.crochethappy.com/2012/11/say-goodbye-to-ugly-dishcloths.html

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  10. What a beautiful bright pot-holder! I'm sure your friend will love it!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  11. That pot holder is fantastic. What a beauty!

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  12. What a beautiful potholder. I bet your friend will love it!

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    1. She did! Thanks for your nice comment!

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  13. That is soooo pretty!!!!
    I love the colors you used!

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  14. The dark outline contrasts so well with the other colours!!! I'm sure your friend will love it.

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    1. Yes, she did! Thanks again for another nice comment!

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  15. I love how it turned out! I'm sure your friend was delighted with her gift!

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    1. She loved it! Thanks for your nice comment, Tonia!

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  16. Very nice! It reminds me of turkey feathers - maybe it could be a Thanksgiving decoration! Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

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    1. I will try that next year! Good idea!

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  17. What a pretty potholder! I collect vintage potholders that are very similar to the one you made.

    I'm a new follower. When you have a minute, come for a vintage visit!

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    1. Thanks for visiting and following me and giving a nice comment!

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