I like your potholders ! Very beautiful !
These are very nice!!
Where do you go to the 'DBC' to get them free?? I love anything fast and anything that would also sell for making some money for our county homemaker group. We do all kinds of support for our county but it takes cash. We could do this as a group if you so kindly give permission as we have an embroidery club I am head of--just to keep the group going. Boy--this style is years old but you know what I've found--what goes around eventually makes its way back--only in a new way and by the younger set. Hard to throw something out nowadays because you know that style will come back in. These are such wonderful colors and done in perfection.
DBC has been closed for quite some time now...
The DBC is closed.
I bought a set like this at a craft fair a few years ago and I love them. Do you have this design up for sale yet? You've done a great job and your fabrics are great!! Avis
Thanks Avis...I don't sell my designs...too much hassle!
Love it!! Can you make size 6" x 8" please,to fit my hoop. Thanks
A 6 x 10 would be nice....Thank you!
thanks for the help, what is DBC... i would love to read your pattern, i need all the help i can get, from an old lady with bad memory, doris
DBC was Designs by Cuties where we could post our own designs for other Cuties to download...it has since been taken down....
I did not get a chance to try these, but if I need help I will ask for help. Thanks for offering. Kay
No problem...good luck with them...and send me a PM if you need help with the instructions :)
So so cute. Just love them.
I would like to find this pattern also. I have a few weddings coming up and they would make great gifts.
As DBC is under maintenance you can not download the pattern at the moment.
Where do I find the info to make these? I would love to make some. Thanks
Were these in the designs by cuties earlier?
I found them but don't have a clue as how to put them together. Need help!! Kay
Send me a PM is you need help with the instructions...
These are just so nice with the quilted back, I look forward to DBC too.
Thanks again Kim
Great colors! I have some sports fabrics too, I should do some from them too. My dil would love some of those.
I want this one!!
Lovely and will be a great present.
A well thought out design.
Thanks so much Suzann...I hope you enjoy the design and project...Kim
I love these potholders! I sure wish I had that large hoop machine! I've seen these in the stores too ready made and they are not cheap! Great work Kim!!!
When I did these, I did them in 5x7, 8x8, 6x10 and 8x12...they take a bit of time, but are well worth the effort!
amazing, I love them.
These look sooooo much like the designs I bought from http://www.inspirationmutz.com/it... ... I this where you got the idea for this ? They are great !
No...I did these a year ago...and mine have a quilted back...I have never seen any with a quilted back except mine before...
Love your heart potholders! Would make nice gifts for family and friends!
well these are so darn cute and perfect to toss into the wash when dirty.
They are beautiful - well done!
Very nice. I look forward in DBC.
I love these! Can't wait to see them in DBC's!
Very nice. Best of luck with the 8 X 8 hooping. Looking forward to seeing them in DBC Hugs Shirley
These are wonderful.... I do hope you post them. Thank you for sharing.
Nicely done!! And, I like you fabric choices as well.
These are wonderful - I am lucky enough to have an 8x12 - I would love if your posted them to DBC. Good luck in your digitizing!! Hugs, Laura*
Ohhh, I LOVE these! No way to burn my fingers, like I do with the plain pot holders. Thanks for posting in DBC when you're ready.
Marion in Kentucky
Love them! Looking forward to seeing them in DBC Thanks
Great, this matches the pieces I made of my Tilda collection - shabby chic. I hope you can post the design :) I Love ITH projects they make fun
Fantastic, well done, I hope you post them soon, i love them.
Excellent use of scraps! And a versatile design - well done.
What a good idea to make a ith-design. Love your colors and the nice fabrics.
My hoop is much too small (5x7) so I will try the pattern from Martha Stewart for the sewingmachine (here the link for the others with small hoops :o)
I've made this pattern, and it works out well. You can either stitch the outside edges as a normal seam, or use seam binding to cover them (making a more finished looking edge. Both turn out great. Good luck!!
Thanks for sharing.
thank you so much for sharing this site i would love to have been able to purchase Mutts design but money is too tight now hubby has gone.
annie in the uk
They Look soooo coool ...
I love them;look great...Diane M..
great job ! i am hoop challenged also only a 5 x 7
Fantastic! Doing these ITH makes e erything so much easier. I love these type of potholders. Just wish I had a hoop larger than 5x7 now. Hugs, Susan
Love what you have done. I am on good behavior for few more days.Can't use my right hand much.
Love them - what a pity my hoops are too small for these types of projects.
these are very neat... love the design of them
Great, love them
Fabulous, well done. Love Chris
They look so nice. I am looking forward to seeing these.
Your scraps made up cute potholders. Nice job on the digitizing.
super cute! well done hugs Loralye
I would love to try these. Hope you put them out there for all.
I can't wait! I had to change my idea for the challenge since my quilting machine had to make an emergency trip to the shop for repairs. I have the larger hoop and I would love some new potholders too. Thank you so much for sharing with us!
Oh yes, I'm interested. I purchased two of the same style at a craft show last year.
My gosh they are REALLY CUTE!!!!! I for one am very interested as I've been wanting to do some pot holders , esp the heart ones. Great job , WELL done!!!
WOW!!! These are wonderful! Wish I had a bigger hoop. You did fantastic!!!