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hello and welcome to Kooten crafts today.I'm going to show you how to make these.Amish folded star hot pads or pot.holders if you'd prefer this is a great.little project to use up some fabrics in.your fabric stash these the supplies you.need so let's get the tutorial started.alright so first thing I'm going to do.is take a square piece of scrap fabric.and I'm going to mark my pattern out on.this and I'm going to sew all the pieces.to this so this is going to be your.foundation what I'm going to do is.working on the wrong side here I'm going.to fold this in half diagonally and I'm.just going to finger press all this all.throughout because I don't have an iron.and you really don't need an iron for.this but if you'd like to press this by.all means go ahead and do that and then.so I've got it folded into diagonal like.that I'm gonna take each one of these.points and bring those up to each other.and finger press this side right there.so we got a line right there one right.there and then this along this fold here.I'm going to bring it up to this fold.that we just folded here and you will.see more what this looks like when I.unfold it and draw these lines on here.alright so we got that done now I'm.going to go ahead and mark this so you.can see these lines you should be able.to see them just fine.if you press this alright so we have all.of our lines here now what you're going.to do is take a ruler on each of these.lines you want to make a mark at.one-and-a-half inches and then three.quarters of an inch up from that 3/4 of.an inch up again and again three.quarters of an inch up.so you have this business right there so.we are done marking out our patterns we.can set this aside next you want to.choose your fabrics that you want to use.to make your star and I chose to use a.gradiated gradient of blue for this one.and I already went ahead and cut up my.squares for this for the inside you will.need five three inch squares I think.these are three inch squares will you.measure them real quick yes three inch.squares and you will need five of these.next color and you want a little bit of.difference in value and shade of each of.these and that'll make your star stand.out a little bit better for the second.row we have got eight pieces of four.eight squares that are three and a half.inches and eight of those next color.again we have eight and those are four.inches square and last will be the.outside color which will be the dominant.color again we have eight of those and.those are four and a half inches now.before we start sewing I'm going to take.our centerpiece here let me zoom out.just a little bit so you can see what.I'm doing here we want to background.between our four points for the center.star and the reason being is because you.will be able to see this piece of fabric.through and we don't want to see our.background because surely going to use a.piece of scrap fabric and it's not going.to be pretty and it's not going to go.with the star that you're doing what.you're going to want to do is take your.square of fabric and you're going to.line up you want your right side how.when you do this you want to line up.this raw edge right here and again I'm.going to finger press this because I.don't pull an iron probably get one of.those but alright so now we got it.folded in half now right here is our.crease.you want to fold it up so it's in.quarters and this seam right here or.this crease right here you want to take.this folded edge and bring it straight.up so you have all of your raw edges.along this top finger press that do the.same side the same way and finger press.that and you want to make sure that you.have a tiny little opening down here on.your point.you don't want an exact point because.when we go to quilt this it's going to.make it extremely difficult to quilt it.so you want just a slight little opening.like that and you want to do this with.all of your pieces all however many.squares it is 24:29 squares of fabric I.take that back except for the center so.28 squares now for the very center.square that's going to be in behind the.points you want to fold this diagonally.and diagonally again that way you know.where the center is so now that we found.the center of our little background.square there I'm going to take your.point here and you just want to line it.up so the point is in the center and so.all your raw edges line up on the.outside and you want to sew this down.doesn't matter what stitch line to use.but you want to maintain a quarter of an.inch seam and I'm using white thread.here just so you can see it a little.better but you would want to use a.coordinating thread color thread then.you want to take your next point and lay.that right on top.and if it works better for you.you can certainly pin or preso these.points if you so choose I just find it's.more trouble than it's worth and you.don't really need to do that so again.you want this point right there in the.center and you want these two edges to.line up you also want your raw edges.right here to line up and so with a.rough quarter inch seam and you want to.go all the way around there is our last.square on there don't cut your fabric on.the cut thread get rid of these thread.ends and now what you're going to do is.take your pattern here and we're going.to sew this down on top and what you're.going to do is you're going to line up.this raw edge with your one and a half.inch mark on your pattern or your.backing fabric it's not really a backing.fabric it's just the fact that you're.going to sew all these pieces down too.and you want to make sure that it is.lined up with all of your marks you also.want to make sure that this line right.here follows these lines right here to.make sure that you're not going to end.up with a crooked star so make sure that.all lines up to make sure that these.points right here line up with these.lines right here and once everything.looks good you want to sew this down all.right so now we have that we're going to.take our next color which is going to be.the three and a half inch square and.again you're going to make your point.what you're going to do I'm going to do.it from this side so you guys can see is.you are going to line this raw edge up.with the point here or the line that he.made here which will be the two and a.quarter inch line and you want to make.sure that these folds right here line up.with that line as well but you also want.to make sure that your point here lines.up with the gap of your point below so.this right here is exactly how you want.it now that we have our four points on.we can go ahead and put our second layer.of points on the same row and what.you're going to do is they're going to.go on each of these open corners here so.again where your mark is line up your.point here line up the point down here.and you're just going to stitch it on.and go all the way around with the other.four points just like we did before with.each other or.and there it is with all eight points on.that second round now you're just going.to do the next two rows exactly the same.way using your four inch because it's.third round we're going to go up to the.next size square which will be the four.inch square again make your point but on.these next two rows you're going to.follow and do the same as you did on.this row here so you're going to start.with placing your next point on this.point that's underneath all right so.once you get your all your points done.this is exactly what it will look like.and this is really thick and really.heavy so make sure that you're use you.are using a sturdy enough sewing machine.needle to be able to go through all.these layers because you're going to be.going through at least eight layers at.times so anyway now we need to trim this.down to make it a circle so you want to.find anything that you have laying.around the house that is a circle.roughly between seven and seven and a.half inches if you have a compass great.use it I don't so I'm going to be using.this lid and this lid happens to be.seven and a quarter inches I'm going to.Center this on here I'm going to trace.around this with a marker of some sort.or a pencil or a piece of chalk or.something that you can see and I'm going.to sew on this line that I just drew and.now it's time to layer up our pot holder.I have got a piece of first off my.backing fabric just choose a piece of.fabric that will fit next you this is.strictly optional because this pot.holder is so thick on its own you don't.need this however I like to use it.anyway and what this is is this is in.fulbright batting that has a thin layer.of mylar in the center.of it and it is heat resistant it is not.heat proof just heat resistant and this.really works well for pot holders so you.can find this at Hobby Lobby Joanne's.Hancock any place that sells fabric.usually sells this if not you can buy it.online and it's super cheap it's only.like two dollars a yard and then you.want to take your pot holder and layer.that right up on top so we've got our.top cancel Brite backing fabric now I.have changed out my thread to a matching.color for the top now you're not going.to get a thread that matches all of.these so I just chose a random blue and.the bobbin thread I change to match my.backing fabric which happens to be black.now we are going to quilt this and to.quilt this it's super easy all you're.going to do is follow in between these.folds right here and you're going to.start up here on one side and work all.the way through all the way down to the.other side now you want to go slow with.this because you don't want to catch.either side of this because you want the.line stitch in white to be invisible so.just take your time with this and I find.it helps to spread these out it's okay.because once it's all quilted it's going.to go back together but you want to.stitch right in between.those two folds all right so we've got.this all quilted now and you can see how.all these nice points lay down flat now.and now it is time to add the binding.now you could trim this right now around.that seam that you sewed around or the.line or whatever you have there but I'm.going to attach my binding first and for.my binding I'm going to use the same.fabric that I used for the backing and I.cut it into a two inch strip on the bias.and I'm just going to fold this in half.again you can finger press this or press.it with an iron if you so choose and I'm.going to fold this in half as I sew it.it doesn't matter where you start your.binding you can start it anywhere around.the edge you just want to put it on and.using a quarter inch seam so this ground.and you want to be careful because.you're going around in a circle.and if you pull this tight you're going.to end up with a bunch of wrinkles.around the edge and you don't want that.so you want to do this loose and let the.Machine just kind of do its thing and.feed in the fabric as it so chooses.alright so I've got the binding done and.I have my two tails here and to connect.these you could if you wanted to and.wanted to fuss with it you know put.these together sew a quarter inch seam.along there and secure it that way it's.that's too much work for me so what I'm.going to do is take one of my tails and.I'm just going to roughly lay it down.you could pin this again if you wanted.to you just going to want to get in a.general position you want to take your.other tail and fold over a quarter of an.inch seam allowance and because this is.only a potholder okay it's not you know.a quilt or a showpiece or anything like.that I'm not actually going to secure.these two pieces together I'm just going.to lay them over top of each other.with that quarter inch seam folded down.so that way when we turn this edge it'll.look like it seemed but it really isn't.and because it's such a small binding it.really isn't going to matter but like I.said if you want to connect these two.and so um right sides together and do it.the proper way more power to you but.it's too much work for me so I'm not.going to do it all right and all you're.going to want to do to trim this is use.a good pair of fabric scissors and you.want to trim this about a quarter of an.inch from where you sewed your binding.on so get in there and because you are.cutting through ten and 12 now layers of.fabric this takes a little bit of work.if you have a rotary cutter that will.handle this much fabric by all means use.it and once you get all that cut off.this is what you will have and then what.you want to do is that's where I seem.that or didn't I should say fold your.binding over and around and from the.backside is now where you'll take a.needle and thread and carefully sew this.binding down by hand and while you are.sewing the binding down by hand if you.would like to attach a loop you most.certainly can all I did was take a scrap.piece of my backing fabric which is also.my binding fabric it is an inch and a.half wide and it is cut on the bias and.you just want to take your two raw edges.and fold them into the center like that.and then fold this in half and all I did.was a line of top stitching on either.side of that to hold it down and you get.yourself a.little loop that looks like that fold it.like so and stick it into the back of or.underneath your binding as your hand.sign it and there you go that is how I.made the Amish folded star quilted hot.pads or pot holders if you'd like to.call them that thank you so much for.watching and we will see you next time.

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