Hello 36th Ave readers!!

My name is Angelina and you can find me blogging over at Ruby Jean’s.

I LOVE everything from Crafting, Sewing, Diy projects, Antiquing and trying out new recipes is always fun. I am so VERY thrilled to be here today and I look forward to sharing some fun tutorials with you in the future.

 

The Holiday’s are quickly approaching and I know that many of us have the idea of GIFT GIVING on our minds.

So today I am going to share with you a VERY simple DIY gift that can easily be whipped together in no time flat.

 

You will first want to choose your fabrics and embellishments.

 

Since these are going to be used as Hot Pads, I chose a batting that would be durable and withstand the heat. ( I purchased mine at Joann’s )

 

 

 

 

Using one of my pots as a template, I traced and cut out my pattern.

 

I pinned and basted my trim onto one of my pattern pieces, with the batting attached as well. This will just help insure there is no moving when you sew the top piece on. Be sure to leave a small opening for turning right sides out.

I repeated the same process 3 other times, each with a different sized pot and different fabric.

Press them with a hot iron.

At this point you can Top Stitch or Leave them as is.

I’m kind of liking them, as is.

These little hot pads offer endless amounts of creativity. You can personalize them for special occasions, Birthdays, Weddings, Housewarming’s and even for the Holiday’s.

So don’t just sit there!!

Get to making some Hot Pads and get your GIFT GIVING on!!

I would also love for you to stop by and say Hello either at my,

Pinterest, Fabcebook, Twitter, or Shoprubyjean.com.

Thank you so much Desiree for having me.

 

Oh my goodness!

How cute are those?

I am so honored to have Angelina as one of The 36th AVENUE contributors.

Her work never ceases to amaze me.

Make sure to follow and check out her projects over at her blog Ruby Jean.

 

 

Here are some other of her must see work.

Angelina’s GORGEOUS Sewing Room. Take a tour here.

 

Learn how to make Silhouette Charm Pendants here.

 

And if you love aprons as much as I do, you want to check out her collection here.

 

I am a huge fan of  Ruby Jean.

Make sure to follow along on

Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, or Shoprubyjean.com.

 

Besos

Desirée

 

Desiree
Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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14 Responses to DIY Fall Hot Pads Tutorial

  1. Eva Scott says:

    wow! these are so pretty!

  2. Heather says:

    So sweet these are!! Thanks for sharing!! xo Heather

  3. Vanessa says:

    Yay!! We absolutely love Angelina and we are thrilled for her (and you!) that she is now a contributor here. Angelina, these hot pads are the cutest I’ve ever seen but that surprises me not at all considering everything you touch turns out so wonderfully! :-)
    Vanessa

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