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FREE Tutorial - Log Cabin Hexi Potholders by Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield

Aren't these potholders gorgeous?  We love the hexi-spiral goodness of the design by Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield, and her tutorial includes excellent photos and instruction on every step of the process.  More from Caroline:

"Ya'll know I love to sew potholders. It's the perfect way to use up fabric and batting scraps. And to practice quilting. Plus when you're done you have a beautiful and useful item. Sometimes I give them away and (I admit) a lot of the time I keep them for myself. Having a cute potholder makes cooking bearable for me. Why only bearable? Because I'd much rather be sewing. :)

"I stitched these three potholders in an afternoon. Two of them are totally scrappy - one from my green scrap bag and one from my pinkish purple scrap bag. I decided to use mostly solids on the third one so the tutorial photos wouldn't hurt your eyes. :)

"Except for the Insul-bright insulated batting, these were made entirely of scraps from other projects. So let's get started!"

Finished Size: 7" x 7" (18cm x 18cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

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