“Nothing new is allowed, for nothing can be added to the old. Look for the faith of the elders, and do not let our faith be disturbed by a mixture of new doctrines.”
– Pope St. Sixtus III
A Blessed Christmas Season Through CandleMass on Feb. 2nd & A Happy & Holy New Years Day = The Holy Day of obligation of The Circumcision.
Sewing and crafting in wholesomeness in honor of both Christ The King and Mary Queen of Heaven and Earth.
A Blessed 2018 in The Name of The Father, and of The Son and of The Holy Ghost. Amen.
Easy. I love easy:
I made these for my daughter’s Baby Shower; they truly are easier than they look! Im thinking about taking them to sell – but, with some embroidery and/or vintage fabrics.
I used 100% cotton fabric and batting, as well as cotton thread. Synthetics should not be used with hot items as they could melt and cause a burn injury.
They really are fun to make! Especially like the colors of the pinks, reds and oranges.
They are padded with cotton batting; safe and easy to clean. I DO NOT recommend them to use as to holders (IMHO), since they are not as reliable to hold safely as a mitt would be. These are rather meant to protect your table when setting a warm/hot serving dish of your yummy food.
Safety first. 🙂
A blind-stitch hemmer used to well, create blind stitches!….
I think this was a Simplicity pattern; I made it several years ago and posted it on my old Adrienne’s Armoire blog:
This is NOT ‘Fine Art’: this is fun with a wonderful, high quality vintage blue cotton terry cloth fabric that is now covering my little Grandon after his baths…
I made this for my Mom back in the 80’s…
I LOVE cloth napkins! Sometimes paper napkins are called for when small children or sloppy guests are served; yet, my fave is still the cloth variety: