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Curling Iron Protective Pocket FREE pattern

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The designer of this free pattern got inspiration for this project from a desire for something better than a towel to wrap around her hot curling iron. She shows you how to make a Curling Iron Protective Pocket including using heat resistant fabric (Ironing board fabric).

The designer of this free pattern got inspiration for this project from a desire for something better than a towel to wrap around her hot curling iron.

She shows you how to make a Curling Iron Protective Pocket including using heat resistant fabric (Ironing board fabric). You can download the pattern by clicking on the link below.

The designer describes her Curling Iron Protective Pocket as great for traveling. Hopefully, you will find this project useful for your own travel adventures.

The designer of this free pattern got inspiration for this project from a desire for something better than a towel to wrap around her hot curling iron. She shows you how to make a Curling Iron Protective Pocket including using heat resistant fabric (Ironing board fabric).

Warning: It is extremely important that you do not leave a plugged-in curling iron in your curling iron pocket!. That is like leaving a hot iron iron-side down on your ironing board… it’s a huge fire hazard.

When you have finished making your Curling Iron Protective Pocket it will measure 10″ by 3″.

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What you will need to make a Curling Iron Protective Pocket

  • Fifteen mini-charm squares
  • A 6 3/4″ by 10 3/4″ piece of heat resistant fabric (Ironing board fabric)
  • A 6 3/4″ by 10 3/4″ piece of batting
  • 17″ of coordinating 1/2″ wide double-fold bias tape
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • A sewing machine.

Click here for the pattern

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