All that bright color, even hot. I didn’t intend to make such potholders. I was thinking more of soft winter colors, but then it happened, I pulled out the little box of fabric swatches that Fran sent me, all full of flowers, like little gardens.
They inspired me and when I looked at the latest bag of scraps that Karen sent, the two begged to pair up.
First I turned down the heat in my studio when I was making them, then I took off my hat and sweater. They warmed me up and brightened my day.
My Flowers In The Snow Potholders are now for sale in my Etsy Shop.
All of my fabric is repurposed, (thank you to everyone who sends me fabric) so I don’t have to spend money on that, but the two types of batting, (cotton and insulated) that go into my potholders have gone up in price. They are now almost twice as much as the last time I bought them. ( I always search the internet and get the best deal possible.)
Shipping prices have also gone up, the only thing that hasn’t yet is my shipping envelopes.
So I’m raising the price of my potholder to $22. Shipping will still be $5 for one or more potholders.
You can see or buy any of my Flowers In The Snow Potholders in my Etsy Shop, just click here.
4 thoughts on ““Flowers In The Snow” Potholders For Sale”
Love these new potholders! The bright colors warm my heart in this cold weather!
THank you Fran and thanks for buying one!
It is true, batting and insulating batting have gone up. I just finished using up the last of my batting and am biding my time for a sale. I’m making 2 quilts as first anniversary gifts, one for my daughter and her husband and one for my son and his wife. I may just buy another roll again although storing it can be tricky. Your potholders are gorgeous and they hold up so well! I love mine❤️ and Samantha loves the owl one I gave her for Christmas. Thank you for making beautiful art that is so functional!
I was surprised when I first started looking for some Josie. I did buy some at what I thought was a price too good to be true. And it was. The batting was so thin I had to double it. Have fun making those anniversary quilts, what wonderful gifts they will be. 🙂