NEW! Stitch it! Sisters No-Hassle Potholder Plus Program 104

Learn how to make a pot holder with a pocket

NEW! Stitch it! Sisters No-Hassle Potholder Plus Program 104

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Learn how to make a pot holder with a pocket

NEW! Starting TODAY! Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 104: Potholder Plus

 

New! Starting TODAY! Watch the NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Program 104: Potholder Plus video with hosts Deanna Springer and Dana Casey. In this video, the Stitch it! Sisters share step-by-step fabric cutting and sewing techniques for making NZP’s NEW! Potholder Plus from our NZP’s NEW! No-Hassle Kitchen Collection Pattern.

NEW! Pot Holder Plus how-to sewing video by the Stitch it! Sisters

Watch the NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Program 104: Potholder Plus video and learn how to sew The Potholder Plus! Our generous-size Potholder Plus! measures 8-1/2″ x 9-1/2″ and features an outside pocket – for your hand. Or, tuck a packaged soup mix and ladle in the pocket, and you’ll have a Perfect Potholder Plus to present as a gift!

 NEW! Pot Holder Plus how-to sewing video by the Stitch it! Sisters

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Then, head over to the shopnzp.com and purchase the exclusive NEW! Potholder Plus & Towel Topper Bundle Box designed by the Stitch it! Sisters! The NEW! Potholder Plus & Towel Topper Bundle Box includes 1/3 yd. Blue Denim Gingham Fabric, 1/3 yd. Red Gingham Fabric, 2/3 yd. Afternoon Picnic Black Floral Fabric, 2/3 yd. Pellon ShirTailor Interfacing, 2/3 yd. Pellon SofShape Interfacing, 2/3 yd. Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Batting, 1/3 yd. Pellon Insul-Fleece Batting, and our NEW! No-Hassle Kitchen Collection Pattern – with Classic Timesaving Tips by Nancy Zieman. The NEW! Potholder Plus & Towel Topper Bundle Box includes everything you’ll need to make two Potholder Plus’ and four coordinating towel toppersyou’ll supply the thread, buttons, and towels.

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Watch the NEW! Stitch it! Sisters Program 104: Potholder Plus video and learn how easy it is to sew The Potholder Plus.

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Nancy Zieman Productions The Blog GiveawayAfternoon Picnic 5-inch Fabric Short Stack with Stitch it! Sisters Button & Sticker Giveaway at nancyzieman.com/blogFor a chance to be the random winner of a Stitch it! Sisters 5″ Fabric Short Stack with S!S button & sticker, please leave a comment below sharing what you’d include inside the Potholder Plus and present as a gift to a friend or family member.

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The randomly selected winner of a Stitch it! Sisters 5″ Fabric Short Stack with S!S button & sticker, from the November 30 Blog Post, is Leslie Marling.

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Her comment is: Always trying to sneak in some sewing between holiday preparations and events. I’ m using up some of my collected fabric to make some baby quilts. I also recently made an apron and pot holders for my sister. There will also be some last-minute Christmas projects or gifts to do.

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46 Comments

  • Carrie S
    December 7, 2019

    I love the cute gift idea with a touch of homemade

  • Dawn Shaarda
    December 7, 2019

    I love the potholders! I would include a wooden spoon set.

  • Ann West
    December 7, 2019

    As I am known for my Christmas cookies that I share with friends, I would include some recipes of my cookies – especially the pumpkin cookies that everyone seems to love.

  • Joyce
    December 7, 2019

    I would put in a wooden spoon and my own mis for oatmeal cookies!

  • Teri
    December 7, 2019

    I think I would include a scone mix and silicone spatula.

  • diane c
    December 7, 2019

    A soup ladle was on one Christmas list this year. So I am going to do the soup mix and ladle — thanks for the idea!!!!

  • Lorraine Alves
    December 7, 2019

    My friend collects and uses red, white and red and white dinner ware. I would definitely use the red check and other fabrics with red in them. I would include wooden spoons. a whisk and a recipe for red velvet cake.

  • Martha Morgan
    December 7, 2019

    I would include a small cookbook and measuring spoons.

  • Dixie
    December 7, 2019

    I would include a favorite recipe in the pocket of the potholder.

  • Marilyn Logan
    December 7, 2019

    I would put a favorite recipe, cooking utensil used in the recipe, and a jar or two of spices/seasonings used in the recipe.

  • Charlotte Brown
    December 7, 2019

    I love those potholders and I would add a couple of bamboo wooden spoons which I also like because they pretty longer without staining.

  • Joan K
    December 7, 2019

    Love the idea of a coordinated gift! I would include a silicone spatula in a color that matches the fabric and a baking mix.

  • Mary S
    December 7, 2019

    I would include a snickerdoodle recipe and packaged dry ingredients, spatula and large spoon for mixing. This is her favorite cookie.

  • Janice Hobbs
    December 7, 2019

    I would include family recipes that have been handed down for several generations with measuring spoons and a few cookie cookie cutters. Such a great idea for potholders!

  • Clovis
    December 7, 2019

    My friend sewed a part for a pencil and small notebook. It was very nice. Everybody got one for Christmas.

  • Shirley Clark
    December 7, 2019

    These would be great for a wedding shower gift with the a recipe and the dry ingredients to make it.

  • Lillian K
    December 7, 2019

    A cookie mix and stirring spoon.
    The Sisters are good but I REALLY miss the tutorials & patterns/instructions by Nancy!!!’ – please bring them back more frequently. I am noticing a lot of changes in this blog that I don’t care for.

  • Marylou Wahl
    December 7, 2019

    What a super potholder and love the idea of including a wooden spoon ,maybe a spatula and recipe cards and a muffin or cookie mix in the gift package as well.

  • Beverly
    December 7, 2019

    I would include a few family favorite recipes along with a whisk and mixing spoon and a Ziploc with a few samples of the goods made from the recipes.

  • Joanna
    December 7, 2019

    Love the little pocket..it gives the lowly pot holder a step up on the ranks of kitchen help…

  • Eva Osmun
    December 7, 2019

    I need some new pot holders! this may be my chance!

  • Bev Bolduc Aldridge
    December 7, 2019

    In the pot holder another rolled up matching potholder and a compactly folded Apron to match and recipe cards with a whole meal of recipes to make. The recipes would be some that are already foods that they eat only very different seasonings. When I make things I make them expressly for the intended receiver.

  • Andrea Letourneau
    December 7, 2019

    I’d make a “Dad” potholder using denim or a dark colored solid twill. I’d put BBQ sauce & BBQ spices in the pocket so the “grillmaster” can do his thing

  • Janet
    December 7, 2019

    I think photocopied hand written recipes of Grandma’s cookie recipes and a few spices + wooden spoon would make a nice little surprise gift for someone in the family

  • Sandra C
    December 7, 2019

    I need new pot holders badly but hate to buy them. After watching the SIS video, I may have to buy a bundle box for my Christmas present!
    Sandra C.

  • Pat Stone
    December 7, 2019

    I would place a gift card to a kitchen supply store in the pocket for a newlywed couple who both like to cook. I would wrap the card in a kitchen towel decorated with fabric from the potholder.

  • Janine Roth
    December 7, 2019

    I’d include a favorite recipe handwritten on a decorative card, plus a handmade wooden spoon.

  • Lorene Kaukl
    December 7, 2019

    Very pretty potholder. I would include one of my favorite recipes along with a wide spatula.

  • Kathryn Smotryski
    December 7, 2019

    An assortment of kitchen utensils would look great tied up with a bow.

  • Barb K
    December 7, 2019

    Some favorite recipe cards and a bottle opener with a magnet on it–I keep mine inside my stove hood where it is always handy–and some wooden spoons.

  • Kathryn Englebretsen
    December 7, 2019

    I would include measuring spoons and some interesting extracts. I like to add extract to pancakes to dress them up – almond, coconut, butter, etc. – just a quarter teaspoon of one kind is nice.

  • Teresa M Edington
    December 7, 2019

    This would be a great addon to my soup-in-a-jar gifts. Roll one up around a couple bamboo spoons and tie with kitchen jute and wa-LAH!! Instant gift for a friend or family member.

  • Mary
    December 7, 2019

    Wooden spoons and a recipe would make such a personal gift.

  • Joy
    December 7, 2019

    I would add a ladle and soup mix. Love the potholders, can’t wait to make some for family members.

  • Sybil Derderian
    December 7, 2019

    I would tuck in a ouch of brownie mix with some recipe cards for snazzing them up along with a cute silicone spatula.

  • Lorna DeSantis
    December 7, 2019

    I would include some fancy cupcake/muffin tin liners and a bottle of premium vanilla flavoring.

  • Jeanne
    December 7, 2019

    I love sugar cookies so a cookie mix, some sprinkles and a spatula would be the perfect trio.

  • Bonnye
    December 7, 2019

    I would put a container of cocoa mix and a bag of marshmallows.

  • Suzy C
    December 7, 2019

    These would make a nice gift for my co workers. I would add some spices and a rolled up tea towel with a couple of wooden spoons.

  • Kitty Kontak
    December 7, 2019

    I bought a small cast iron skilllet with a brownie mix in it for one of my granddaughters and this potholder would be the perfect compliment for it.

  • Loreen Ridlon
    December 8, 2019

    I would leave recipes of mine that I know she loves.

  • Rebecca Monnin
    December 8, 2019

    Aha! A smart use for my leftover Afternoon Picnic fabrics! I read all of the others’ suggestions for what they’d include in the pocket and they all are excellent. I’d make a pair of potholders and place one on each side of a mason jar filled with the dry ingredients for a soup. In one pocket, I’d include the recipe for the soup; in the other pocket a silicone ladle and cooking spoon. Then, I’d tie the potholders to the sides of the mason jar with a gingham checked ribbon to match the fabric in the potholders.

  • Jenise LeMay
    December 8, 2019

    Great idea, I love making potholders for gifts. However, the video did not show where the interfacing was placed. They said to help give body to the pocket, but did not show that application.

  • Julie Kill
    December 9, 2019

    I plan on making Some of these for my Sisters for Christmas, along with some dishtowels that I designed myself! I plan to put something special in for each sister. – cookie baking items- some special cookie cutters, and real vanilla for one sister, meat rub and a tongs for the crock pot-cooking sister- and for my “horsey” sister, who makes lots of candies and bars- a candy thermometer and spoon rest for on the side of the pan. Thanks for continuing with so many great ideas!

  • Karen Tucker
    December 9, 2019

    Cookie-making ingredients!

  • Linda Johnson
    December 10, 2019

    My Charlotte will love making these for family and friends this year. Thanks, and God Bless

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