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Mary Jo is all ready for the 4th of July with her large trivet and pot holder, finished with binding. Cara chose such beautiful colors for her large trivet and pot holder, finished with a handpocket and no-bind method. I have a lot of samples I sewed for quilt market, the trade show for the quilting industry that I attended a few weeks ago.

I wanted to share with you some of the fun things you can do with these. The nonsilicone side is a fun place to play with fabric. In the sample below, I stitched up a 6-1/2″ block from Tula Pink’s 100 Modern Quilt Blocks book. This one is the gnome from my Peek-a-Gnome pattern. Or go simple and frame up a 6-1/2″ square on the back. Here are some other samples to give you ideas: I hope that gives you some ideas and inspiration. For the giveaway, I will give away one small kit and one large kit.

To enter into the giveaway , leave a comment to this post sharing your favorite dessert. I’ll use a random number generator to determine the winner. The giveaway will end on Sunday, June 9 at midnight CST . If you want an extra chance at winning , follow me on social media and leave a second comment telling me how you are following Around the Bobbin! I will announce the winner via blog post, facebook and instagram and newsletter so you are sure to see it. You can get the Hot Stuff Trivet and Pot Holder kits at your local quilt shop or online here. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. The style really changes with the change of fabric used …all so pretty! My favorite dessert is one I rarely have, but cannot say no to when it’s within 10 feet is a soft, chewy brownie with chocolate frosting. I’m a “Sugar-aholic…” I love just about all desserts, but I think one of my most favorite treats would have to be just out of the oven brownies that are a teeny tiny bit chewy, but also melt in your mouth alongside a milk. Thank you for the chance 🙂 Such great potholders, can be dressed up with any fabric! But will have to say my grandmother’s peanut butter with chocolate chips and walnut halves cookies! Love the trivets – they will make great gifts for both friends and myself ! My favourite dessert is Angel Food cake with a Lemon sauce. Favorite dessert….mmmmm….so many, I am a retired baker. I like to use a Schmetz Microtex needle, size 14 but a denim needle works fine too. It is surprisingly easy to sew through so long as you have fabric on both sides of it. My favorite dessert is lemon meringue pie – my grandmother’s recipe. I am following Around the Bobbin on Facebook, Instagram, and Newsletter 🙂 thank you so much for the chance to win one of your amazing pattern kits 🙂 Vaped Micro Nectar Collector Review. Tom’s review for the Vaped Micro Nectar Collector – The vaping industry infiltrated all sectors within the analog-enthusiast community, and for good reason. Using the digital platform, vapers are able to enjoy textures and nuances that were previously unavailable in the traditional format. This advantage, plus the obvious factor of convenience and concealment (for the portable-vape platform), has made vaporizers one of the most sought-after devices of this century. Still, the analog method has its own charm, particularly for the botanical side of the industry.

For instance, the butane-heating process used in the traditional consumption of wax concentrates is difficult, if not outright impossible, to duplicate with digital e-nail vaporizers. Judging from various social media accounts, the consensus appears to be that while digital e-nails are convenient and flavorful, many enthusiasts love the analog nails for various reasons. The biggest reason could simply be that humans are creatures of habit.

Once a firm pattern is established, it’s incredibly difficult for people to break out of it. Rather than try to fight consumers on their tendencies, vaping manufacturers Vaped Micro and Nectar Collector asked, why not feature both methods?


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