Kitshy House Hot Pads – Fusible Fleece Week

Supplies:

7″ x 14″ house fabric
7″ x 10″ roof fabric
3″ x 5″ window fabric
3″ x 3″ door fabric
6″ x 12″ HeatnBond® Fusible Fleece
3″ x 8″ HeatnBond® Lite Fusible webbing
4″ ribbon
coordinating thread

Instructions:

Click here to get the pdf pattern pieces.

1. Cut two roof pieces with right sides facing and cut 2 house pieces. Trace the windows and doors onto HeatnBond® Light Fusible webbing and then press on to the corresponding fabric. Cut the pieces out. Arrange and iron the appliqués to one of the house body sides.

2. With right sides together arrange the roof on to the top of the house piece. Sew across using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Open and press the seam.

3. Using the sewn house as a pattern piece cut out a piece of Fusible Fleece and iron it to the back of the house. Pin a loop of the ribbon to the top.

4. Place the front of the house on top with right sides together. Sew around the outer edges leaving a 3″ gap for turning. Clip any corners and turn right sides out. Press.

 

5. Tuck the raw edges into the opening and hand stitch closed.
Hope you had fun,

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Comments

  1. Adorable! Great stash-busting project and a great way to use up the box of scraps I’ve been holding on to.

  2. Linda Nelson says:

    Fusible Fleece is great for my bags!

  3. The Fusible Fleece I Love, but I would Love to try the Stitch n Sew, I have never tried that one.

    Thank~You!!

  4. Lora Cotton says:

    I use fusible fleece most often as I make fabric books for my grandbabies.

  5. Marilyn Forsyth says:

    I have never used the fusible fleece before. I have some of the other fusible products and really loved them.

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