Today’s tutorial combines two of my favorite things – fall sewing and scrap-busting projects!
As the fall season arrives and gatherings around the Thanksgiving table draw near, it’s the perfect time to create a Scrappy Quilted Pumpkin Pot Holder – a delightful project suitable for quilters of all levels.
This fun and functional project not only adds charm to your decor but also protects your surfaces and infuses your home with a touch of cozy warmth. So bust out your scraps and let’s get going.
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Get the pattern at my Free Pattern Library HERE
If you have followed me for a while you will know I usually stick to white thread, but for this project I decided to step outside my comfort zone and used the color Marmalade #57579 by Glide and I am happy I did, it looks so lovely with all the warm tones in the fabrics I used.
CLICK HERE to get your free template to make a Scrappy Quilted Pumpkin Pot Holder.
Supplies Needed to Make a Scrappy Quilted Pumpkin Pot Holder
- Scrap Fabric
- (1) 10½” x 13½” Fabric for Backing
- (1) 10½” x 13½” Batting
- (1) 10½” x 13½” Insul Bright
- Bias Tape Double Fold Extra Wide
- Co-ordinating Thread
Tools Needed to Make a Scrappy Quilted Pumpkin Pot Holder
- Clover Wonder Clips
- Water Erasable Pen or Chalk Pen
- Rotary Cutter, Ruler, and Mat
- Sewing machine – I have this one
- Iron and Mat or Ironing Board
Please watch my video for full instructions on how to make Scrappy Quilted Pumpkin Pot Holder:
If you enjoyed this project, you might like to check out my other Fall Sewing Projects:
- Fall Mug Cozy
- Quilted Pumpkin Coasters
- Easy Fabric Pumpkins
- Pumpkin Fall Tablerunner
- Lattice Pie Pot Holder
Pin it! Want to make a Scrappy Quilted Pumpkin Pot Holder later? Don’t lose this tutorial, pin it now to one of your boards on Pinterest!
Thanks so much for joining me! Please leave a comment and let me know how you go, or if you have any questions.