Amish Vintage DIY Hot Pad

Amish Vintage DIY Hot Pad
Amish Vintage DIY Hot Pad

The next time you're at a thrift store, don't be afraid to pick up that tattered vintage quilt because you can learn how to make a hot pad with it. This Amish Vintage DIY Hot Pad will take you to a peaceful countryside where life is much simpler.

Making DIY pot holders out of old quilts is a lot cheaper than buying a pot holder or making one out of new material. No matter what season it is, you can learn how to make a potholder that will look lovely on the table. You will adore how these repurposed crafts turn out.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Primary TechniqueSewing


Check out this fun video tutorial to learn how to sew a pot holder in no time at all!

Do you have any tips for making a DIY hot pad? Leave them in the comments below!

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I have seen old quilts at thrift shops now and then but couldn't think of a use for them other than bed covers which I don't need. I like the grosgrain ribbon on the edge the whole thing reminds me of Grandma's house. I actually did make a potholder from an old quilted placemat once, I just never made the connection!


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