I cook with a lot of cast iron in my kitchen. The handles on these old pots and pans get pretty hot, so I came up with a leather cast iron pot handle cover. These are really easy to make and of course I couldn’t just make them plain… I added a little tooling to them.
In this video I show you how simple these are to make. We go through the entire process of making these and what materials I use.
There is a companion pack available for this project and this one is FREE! If you would like to make some of these, click the link below and put your email address in the form to get access to this FREE companion pack!
Click here to get FREE Pattern Pack: https://dgsaddlery.com/pothandlepattern/
The companion pack has the simple cut patterns for this project, as well as 8 different floral patterns that you can use to customize your own set of pot handle covers. These would also make great gifts.
Here are some helpful links you may also find useful for this project:
Slicking edges: https://dgsaddlery.com/how-to-slick-edges-on-leather/
Oiling and Antiquing Leather: https://dgsaddlery.com/how-to-oil-and-antique-tooled-leather-projects/
Here is a great source for materials and supplies: https://makersleathersupply.com
If you are in the market for a Cobra sewing machine then check out either Maker’s Leather Supply or get in contact with Leather Machine Co directly: https://leathermachineco.com
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