Quick and Easy Pot Holder Sewing Tutorial – Self Binding!

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Do you hate binding pot holders? Well, this is the tutorial for you! Learn how to quickly make a quilted self-binding pot-holder without the hassle of cutting and attaching binding. Watch this quick and easy tutorial and create your own quilted pot holders quickly.

You’ll Need

  • 9 x 9 inches Backing fabric
  • 7 x 7 inches Front Fabric
  • 5 x 2 inches for loop
  • Bosal (2 of) 7 x 7 inches


• Bosal Heat Reflective Fleece: https://supercrafts.co.uk/stabalisers-interfacing-interlining/1321-bosal-poly-therm-fleece-62-inches-wide-sold-by-half-metre.html – Remember, this is heat resistant, not heat proof! If you’re in doubt, add a layer of cotton batting on either side of the Bosal before adding your outer fabrics. Towelling will also work here too.

• Iron used in video (affiliate link) – I’ve had this three years now and it’s been excellent. It’s great that I can have it powered up elsewhere and just move the iron when I need it: https://amzn.to/4cJrF1F

Fabric from the Yuletile Bloom range, which is a William Morris design. Here’s the Willow Bough Navy one: https://supercrafts.co.uk/william-morris-va/1299-va-william-morris-yuletide-bloom-willow-bough-navy-organic-cotton-fabric.html

and here’s the Hammersmith one: https://supercrafts.co.uk/william-morris-va/1303-va-william-morris-yuletide-bloom-hammersmith-organic-cotton-fabric.html

The thread I used is number M086 from the Coats range. It’s available in lots of different colours here: https://supercrafts.co.uk/thread/811-210-moon-thread-lots-of-colours-available.html#/99-moon_thread-m001

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