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03 January 2010


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Hey Penny. You've been busy. Hope you had a great New Year. Love the skillet handle and the hot pads. Thanks also for the fabric shopping tips.


oh, thank God you finally finished the pattern!! I didn't think I was ever going to sleep again!! ha ha ......... you're funny! Nevertheless, it is a wonderful idea. Especially for those cast iron skillets that get WAY too hot to handle.
I think I'll make some up for my brothers and my Dad to add to their camping supplies!!

Hope you have a great day!!

Arlene Stream

I love mine, btw. Use them every morning! My husband won't use the crochet ones I made. He likes these best!


This is super cute, Penny!


Those skillet handles are just cute as can be Penny! We just got individual little skillets -- it would be fun to make these so that people can actually touch their little skillets when they come out of the oven!


Too dang cute...darn those skillets that don't convey heat to the handle!


I will have to make some of these for friends not so culinarily tooly blessed!

urban craft

this is wonderful. FOr New Year's we just got rid of all our pots and pans with any kind of anti-stick coating and got new ones. Ones that don't have any type of plastic or heat protection on the handle either, so this is perfect for me!


They are so cute... Love the idea!


Now that is a great idea.


Such a cute idea Penny!!! Hope you had a great Christmas and New Year!


This is SO darling!!!!!!!!

Mom Wald

War on terrorism, financial crises, stretch marks, none of it troubled me as much as waiting for this pattern.

Just kidding, it looks nifty. You're so "handy"!


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What a clever idea! I need to make some. I love your blog, I just found you today! I've spent awhile looking at all your sewing posts. You have a lot of terrific ideas! I signed up to follow you. Stop by and visit me sometime!


i love mine too! it stays with my cast iron pan.


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