Saturday, July 5, 2008

Another Potholder

logcabin potholder

I made another one! Aren't the girl and the boy in the center so super adorable?
This fabric was one of the pack of 3" square patches I purchased on Japanese Yahoo Auction. Do you know by the way that the auction rocks if you are crazy about cute fabric like me? You can find really rare/unusual fabric in Japanese Yahoo auction for pretty inexpensive prices. I went through a phase once where I was totally addicted to the auction and bought lots of fabric from there. Go take a look!

Logcabin Potholder

So back to the potholder, this time I cheated. I just couldn't find the right fabric from only the scrap stash, so some of the fabric I used wasn't scrappy.

Logcabin Potholder

Back view. The cute fabric I hadn't been able to find a use of for the longest time finally now is in use! Yay!

logcabin potholder

It's now listed in my shop ;)

Enjoy looking at these fabulous creations!

heartPen case 1, 2, 3 by Nina

heartPen case by Sandy

heartFabric Basket by Julia

I smile, smile and smile ;) ;) ;-)

Thanks for reading!


  1. that's adorable! I love the fabric you chose for the back, very nice!

  2. First I want to say I love sharing links of great blogs and tutorials! Second oh my gosh the potholders are adorable. Third, I LOVE the softie dog!!! You're so creative and your style is unique.

  3. Thanks for your comments!!

    Thanks! I got it from a Japanese fabric store but never found a use of it for a loooong time!

    Thanks for your sweet comments on my created stuff! And thanks again for sharing my link on your blog!!

    Thanks;) *smile*

  4. How cute is that potholder..just love how you combine the fabrics & they always look just right! Subarashii!

  5. 9crafty11-

    Arigatou for always cheering me up!
    I have lots of scraps so that I think I am making more! Great way to use up scraps!

    Nanette Merrill and daughters-

    Thanks so much for your many comments! You're sweet!!

  6. love love love these pot-holders. You've inspired me to do something similar with my scraps, which are getting out of control, but which I can't force myself to get rid of. :-)

  7. Larissa Holland-
    This is a really easy, fun, effective way to get rid of scrap fabrics, because scraps are usually from one of those fabrics you love and that you've kept!


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