Saturday, March 8, 2014

Tatakan Mangkok...

Seriously, this is a simple pattern with no binding and just a few materials. For this project, I tweaked the basic pattern from my book 1, 2, 3 Sew and I used fabric from my upcoming Garden collection, due to hit stores in December or January.
Supplies (for one hot pad)
2 fat quarters (main and contrasting pocket fabric)
1/2 yard batting
matching thread
Step 1: Cut fabric and batting.
Cut fabric:
main fabric 8 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, cut 2
main fabric 5″ x 2″
contrasting fabric 8 1/2″ x 13″
Cut batting:
8 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, cut 2
6 1/2″ x 8 1/2″
Step 2. Make the loop and baste it to fabric.
With the 5″ x 2″ piece of fabric, fold and press each long side 1/2″ towards the wrong side of the fabric. Fold the piece in half lengthwise and press again. Topstitch along these folds, 1/8″ from the edge. Fold this piece in half to make a loop, then baste it to the corner of the front 8 1/2″ square piece (on the right side of the fabric). The loop should be placed at a 45-degree angle with the raw edges of the loop in the corner.
Step 3. Make the pocket.
Fold the 8 1/2″ x 13″ piece of fabric in half along the width, wrong sides together, and press at the fold. Insert the smaller batting piece centered in between the layers. Topstitch along the folded edge.
Step 4. Put it together.
Stack your fabric pieces in the following order: 8 1/2″ batting, front piece with loop (right side of fabric facing up), folded pocket piece with raw edges aligned, and finally the other 8 1/2″ piece with right side of fabric down. Pin and sew around the edges with a 1/4″ seam allowance, leaving a 3″-4″ opening at the top for turning in the next step.
Step 5. Trim and finish.
Clip the corners and trim any excess fabric and batting. Turn the hot pad right sides out, by pulling it through the opening. Push out the corners. Pin the remaining opening closed and topstitch around the entire perimeter, just over an 1/8″ from the edge.


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