Quilted Hot Pad

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November 13, 2020

Quilted Hot Pad - finished pot holder with ring hanger addedI was given some completed, pieced quilt squares and there was an extra quilt square I couldn't use in the quilt I was making. I don't like to throw useful things away, so I made it into this quilted hot pad.


Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 1


  • 1 11 by 11" quilt square
  • 1 11 by 11" fabric square for back
  • 1 11 by 11" batting square for middle
  • thread
  • scissors
  • pins


  1. Cut a piece of batting and backing to fit size of your quilt square. Pin all three layers together like a sandwich. Right side up for quilt square, then batting, then wrong side down for backing fabric. Pin together.
  2. Quilted Hot Pad - quilt square
    Quilted Hot Pad - three layers cut
  3. Machine quilt to hold all three layers in place. I chose to machine quilt along the seam line of the pieced fabric squares and rectangles.
  4. Quilted Hot Pad - stitching in the ditch through the layers
  5. Trim the batting and backing to a 1/4" seam. This will allow you to fold down the top fabric to the underneath side to finish the edges.
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  7. Fold the top fabric twice and pin on underneath side. Handstitch. Add a plastic ring for hanging if desired.
  8. Quilted Hot Pad - fold top edge twice and turn to the back, pin, and handstitch
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