Hot Handle Pot Sleeve

13 Oct

Although I love cooking, I can sometimes be a bit clumsy in the kitchen…which is what inspired me to create this Hot Handle Pot Sleeve! Easy to make and it matches the tortilla cozy I made last year!

Here’s how I did it!
First I measured the handles on my pots and pans for which I will be using the “sleeve” for, so it will fit on all of them.  I made a dome-like pattern that measured 3.5″x7.5″. Then, using that pattern I cut out 2 pieces of fabric and 2 pieces of Insul-Bright and sandwiched them together so the fabric connected to the Insul-Bright was facing down and the wrong-side of the patterned fabric was against the batting of the Insul-Bright.

I then basted around the edges to keep the fabric and the Insul-Bright together.

Then I folded down 1/2″ of the straight edge on the short side of the basted piece and zig-zag stitched it down, folding the fabric in to make a soft edge. (Of course using scrap bias tape would also work if you prefer that look instead.)

Now take both finished pieces and place the patterned fabric sides together and zig-zag stitch around the edges, careful not to sew the short, straight side which will be the opening.

Trim the edges so they are even, then turn inside out.

And that’s it!

Sew Easy, even a novice like me can do it!!

 

4 Responses to “Hot Handle Pot Sleeve”

  1. Jenn-O October 25, 2012 at 8:25 pm #

    This reminds me that I need to make one of these!! My best friend has these same pots and I, mistakenly, grabbed one without a pot holder. Ouch! I have everything to make it, too. Yay!

    • SewGiddy.com October 26, 2012 at 6:49 am #

      It was an easy and fun project! Funny how one can be “inspired” by a painful incident.:) Thanks for visiting and I look forward to reading more about your projects!!

  2. thecraftofafox February 15, 2016 at 6:21 pm #

    Great idea! I’m the same in the kitchen, forever gaining kitchen injuries haha:)

    • SewGiddy February 15, 2016 at 9:37 pm #

      Thanks! This hot handle pot holder has certainly saved my hand on many occasions! Glad you stopped by!

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