Flower City Potholders


Add some handmade style to your kitchen with simple, modern potholders!

Use the Flower City Potholder pattern to make beautiful kitchen accessories for yourself or as gifts for your friends. The pattern includes 3 potholders—a traditional square pocket potholder, a long double casserole potholder, and a modern oven mitt.

These potholders were designed to go together quickly and easily. Kitchen linens get dirty, but it’s ok because you won’t spend hours and hours making these!

Instructions include bonus directions for making patchwork potholders (perfect for using up fabric scraps!) and creating your own bias binding.

Finished Dimensions Approx:
Square Potholder: 9″ x 9″
Double Potholder: 25″ x 6″
Oven Mitt: 12″ x 6″

(you should be comfortable following basic pattern directions and applying bias binding)

(If you live in the EU or internationally, please buy this pattern through Etsy. Their system handles international tax compliance for me! Thanks so much for your interest in my patterns and your patience in this matter!)






This sewing pattern is available for digital download only.

Flower City Potholder pattern files include:

12 pages of clear step-by-step directions & supplemental photos
Expert tips for a professional looking finish
Print-at-home pattern pieces
BONUS tips: creating patchwork potholders & making bias binding

Recommended Fabrics & Materials:

1 yd. of 100% cotton or linen fabrics such as quilting cotton, denim, or canvas
1 yd. of thermal batting (such as Insul-bright)
1 yd. of lightweight cotton batting
1/2″ bias tape maker, plus 1 fat quarter of cotton fabric for bias binding
Coordinating thread

Finished Dimensions Approx:

Square Potholder: 9″ x 9″
Double Potholder: 25″ x 6″
Oven Mitt: 12″ x 6″



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