Suede Potholders, Navy (Set of 2)
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A surprising twist to the potholder game: suede is a fantastic material for handling blazing pot handles and pulling roasters out of the oven. These handcrafted navy potholders are as durable as they come, protecting your hands from the hottest of heat. Sure, suede looks great on boots or a bag, but who says potholders can’t get a little fashionable? What’s more, suede only gets more lived-in and handsomely patinaed with use—instead of a cotton mitt that stains or suffers a marring burn—and will last and last and last. Each potholder is hand sewn in Charlotte, North Carolina and only available at Food52!
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Charlotte, North Carolina
Set of 2. Each is 7.5" L x 7.5" W with a 0.25" hem.
Care & Notes -
Spot clean with warm water and air dry. For any tough food stains, use a dry brush before cleaning with water.
Meet the Maker
Take one part locally-sourced materials, one part wanderlust, and one part elegant, clever design, and you've got Dewdrop Designs—a company dedicated to American-made goods. Their leather pieces are inspired by travels around the world, so inviting their pieces into our homes is like taking an instant vacation.View Full Profile
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