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Set of 2: Woven pot holders, hot pads - "Zebra II"

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Approx. 5 3/4" x 5 1/2" 1/2" with loop for hanging.

I weave these vibrant tone pot holders out of 100% cotton. They are thick but flexible, they last for years and unlike thin, poly-filled ones, you won't burn yourself using them. Protect your hands but still be able to feel the wire rack in the oven or grab a pie without poking a hole in the crust because the holder is too rigid. You can also use these as hot pads to protect your tables and counter tops from bubbling casseroles and pans.

I wove pot holders as a child and still have some that my nephew made for me over 20 years ago. In that span of time, the materials for weaving have remained strong and sturdy, however, the rich colored loops I use currently are much more fun to work with than the dreary ones of old, and they're made right here in the USA. But even with all these choices, if I can't find quite the right shade for a pattern I want to make, I dye what I want. : )

The tones inspire me while weaving and are sure to brighten your time in the kitchen or wherever you are dining! I hope you or the final recipient enjoy your pot holders for many years!


Machine wash warm; dry on low setting.
Approx. 5 3/4" x 5 1/2" 1/2" with loop for hanging.

I weave these vibrant tone pot holders out of 100% cotton. They are thick but flexible, they last for years and unlike thin, poly-filled ones, you won't burn yourself using them. Protect your hands but still be able to feel the wire rack in the oven or grab a pie without poking a hole in the crust because the holder is too rigid. You can also use these as hot pads to protect your tables and counter tops from bubbling casseroles and pans.

I wove pot holders as a child and still have some that my nephew made for me over 20 years ago. In that span of time, the materials for weaving have remained strong and sturdy, however, the rich colored loops I use currently are much more fun to work with than the dreary ones of old, and they're made right here in the USA. But even with all these choices, if I can't find quite the right shade for a pattern I want to make, I dye what I want. : )

The tones inspire me while weaving and are sure to brighten your time in the kitchen or wherever you are dining! I hope you or the final recipient enjoy your pot holders for many years!


Machine wash warm; dry on low setting.

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed by wrknitout
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 22, 2017
Best meditation cushion ever—beautiful and beautifully made!
Sage and green Pleated meditation cushion/zafu with handle and hidden velcro closure. Mixed fiber fabrics. Organic buckwheat hull fill.

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Set of 2: Woven pot holders, hot pads - "Zebra II"

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  • Materials: all cotton, natural fiber
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