Print Your Own Recipes Onto Fat Quarters Or Use Recipe Fabric.
Recipes are considered heirlooms among families. They’re passed on from generation to generation. Family recipes are very special, which is why it would be a great idea to put them onto fabric to make a set of potholders. What a great gift too!
Choose your favorite recipes to print onto fat quarters with Spoonflower, a print on demand fabric company that will print your design onto fabric and just perfect to make these personalized pot holders. Find out a friends favorite recipes, and get it printed onto a fat quarter. Make up a set of pot holders for the kitchen. She’ll be delighted.
It’s a great tool for quilters to make personalized projects and gifts. Make some hot pads for Christmas this year and include a family recipe on them. Recipes are passed down through the family over generations, and there are always those special ‘Mama Wanda Pecan Nut Cookies’ that Grandma used to make, or ‘Aunt Jamies Amazing Cheese Straws’! These recipe pot holders will be treasured and may even be kept as keepsakes for the recipes!
Follow Ashlee’s tutorial on getting the recipes printed, and using a simple pattern, make your own recipe pot holders. They make lovely gifts and once you have your printed fabric, easily make up a whole batch in an hour or two. For really old recipes from way back, use pretty 30’s prints. Fabric scraps can easily be used for the pot holder. The only expense is the cost of printing a fat quarter from Spoonflower. If short of time to get your own recipes printed, the pot holders could also be made in the same way using this “Recipes” print. They would make delightful gifts using Christmas recipes fabric.