A Christensen Creations “Platter Pad” is a hot pad on steroids–fully 12″ square. With doubled cotton batting, it’s big and thick enough for a large hot dish or platter. However, each pattern also comes with instructions to make a 10″ or 8″ hot pad as well. Though small, these “Petites on Point” are made exactly like miniature quilts, complete with quilting and binding. They hang on the wall beautifully and make wonderful gifts as they are! On the other hand, the designs can be used for quilt blocks rather than hot pads.
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How about a steaming hot cup of coffee? If that sounds good, you will really enjoy making this quick appliqueed Christensen Creations Platter Pad. Besides coming with directions for three sizes of hot pads, it also makes a great quilt block. Imagine 3 rows of 4 12″blocks for a cute wall hanging. You surely know someone who’d love it!
Have a Jolly Holly Christmas–just add this great “3D Jolly Holly Applique Embellishment” to a quilt or piece of clothing. Christensen Creations makes it easy with templates and instructions.
If this Christensen Creations design looks familiar, you may work for a cat! This hot pad/wall hanging always gets a chuckle!
#CC2010 Demanding Cat Platter Pad Click for more info or to buy.
Not a platter pad–this 3D rose is designed as a quilt block or little wall hanging. Just imagine a quilt made of every color of rose! Christensen Creations instructions show step-by-step how to easily fold and roll “Origami Rose.” This stunning appliqué can also be used on clothing as a beautiful embellishment, giving you roses all year.
#CC1002 Origami Rose 3D Appliqué Click for more info or to buy.
So easy to make, but it’s practical, patriotic, and pretty. Christensen Creations Platter Pad patterns come with full instructions, including how to bind. This is a wonderful starter quilt as well as a practical accessory or gift. Obviously perfect for July 4th!
#CC2017 Patriotic Platter Pad Click for more info or to buy.
Surely any teacher would appreciate this precious little quilt that doubles as a Platter Pad. “The Little Red Schoolhouse” (below) pattern includes templates for the appliqué, which is easy to make by following Christensen Creations directions. Make one or make a dozen for teacher gifts!
#CC2005 Little Red Schoolhouse Click for more info or to buy.
Use old-fashioned “yo-yos” to make this colorful “Happy to Gladiolus” Platter Pad (below). The 3D flowers will appeal to everyone, but are easy to make by following Christensen Creations diagrams.
#CC2012 Happy to Gladiolus Click for more info or to buy.
Make an easy bias tape basket filled with colorful Easter eggs, perfect for the Easter table. “Easter Egg Basket” (below) can be made big enough for a platter of ham. The Christensen Creations pattern includes lots of diagrams with the directions to make it just like a miniature quilt, in a choice of three sizes.
#CC2003 Easter Basket Platter Pad Click for more info or to buy.
“Take me out to the ballll…game“ and get me a hot dog! “Hot (Diggity?) Dog Pad” Platter Pad (below) is a a weiner dog with his head turned, licking the mustard off the bun. Easy-to-follow Christensen Creations templates for appliqué and instructions for piecing and binding. Cutest gift for a softball or hot dog fan!
#CC2009 Hot Dog Pad Click for more info or to buy.
“Lovely Butterfly” Platter Pad (below) is a simple appliquéed butterfly in an exquisite print.
#CC2001 Lovely Butterfly Click for more info or to buy.
“Charming Chapel” Platter Pad (below) is perfect for a church potluck or wedding gift. This little appliquéed chapel has windows out of a colorful geometrical print.
#CC2002 Charming Chapel Click for more info or to buy.
“No Trouble with Trebles” Platter Pad (below) is a clever gift for a musician with its large appliquéed treble clef.
#CC2004 No Trouble with Trebles Click for more info or to buy.
“Sunset on the Square” Platter Pad (below) is pieced, simply using gorgeous fabric to create the mountain design.
#CC2006 Sunset on the Square Click for more info or to buy.
“Steeping Teapot” Platter Pad (below) will delight tea drinkers. The appliquéed teapot even has a swirl of quilted steam escaping.
#CC2007 Steeping Teapot Click for more info or to buy.
“Cute Fruit Basket” Platter Pad (below) uses bias tape to create a basket for the appliquéed fruit.
#CC2011 Cute Fruit Basket Click for more info or to buy.
“When Autumn Leaves Start to Fall” Platter Pad (below) is, of course, perfect in the autumn with its simple pieced leaves and quilted veins.
#CC 2013 When Autumn Leaves Start to Fall Click for more info or to buy.
“Easy as Pie” Platter Pad (below) is indeed easily made with bias tape and rickrack. “Bake” a blueberry or cherry–your choice!
#CC 2014 Easy as Pie Platter Pad Click for more info or to buy.
“Terrified Turkey” Platter Pad (below) is an homage to the “Where’s the Beef” TV commercial some of us grew up with. Unlike the Presidential turkeys, he was NOT pardoned, so he’s terrified while everyone else is looking forward to Thanksgiving, but since no one wants to eat cotton stuffing, his only problem is working a lovely trivet for a big platter or bowl on the Thanksgiving table. (He wants desperately to run away and go home with you!)
#CC2015 Terrified Turkey Click for more info or to buy.
“Santa Belt Belly” Platter Pad (below) is a really simple design to show Santa having a little problem in the chimney.
#CC2008 Santa Belt Belly Platter Pad Click for more information or to buy
Christensen Creations’ “Simply Sweet Heart” Platter Pad (below) is a simple and sweet valentine that works as a usable hot pad because the lace and batting are cotton . It’s easy for a beginner in appliqué because the heart is simply zigzagged on, then covered by the lace, which is already bound with a bias tape. For a man, bias tape could be substituted, and the optional embroidery wording can, of course, be personalized, such as “Sweetheart,” “We love you, Grandma” or “Be Mine.”
#CC2016 Simply Sweet Heart Click for more information or to buy.