Abby's Posh Potholders Tartan Design Montgomery Ancient Tartan Plaid Potholders (Set of Two)
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Montgomery Ancient Tartan Plaid Potholders (Set of Two) Abby's Posh Potholders Handcrafted Tartan Design

Abby Bressack creates these handcrafted double woven Montgomery, Tartan Plaid Design, potholders. They come as a set of two, each being a different take on the same pattern. All cotton.

Handcrafted in the USA.

* Size: Approximate 8" x 8"

Shipping: approximately one week.

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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.


About Abby Bressack

"I have lived in Woodstock, New York, with my husband and son, for over 20 years, and I never tire of the inspiration I get from the beauty of the area and the creative atmosphere of all the multi-talented artists who live here. I have created pieces in various mediums, and my newest creations are handwoven potholders/trivets.

I love plaids. I have found that Scottish tartans (the plaids created by the various clans to identify themselves, worn in the form of kilts (for the men, of course) are especially beautiful and interesting. There are hundreds of different tartans, both current and “ancient” as they are referred to sometimes. I have chosen those plaids that inspire me both with patterns and with colors, and I have reproduced them on a special extra-large potholder loom. Each finished piece measures approximately 8” square.

I double weave each potholder (that means going up and down in every space instead of every other space) - for comfort and strength - from cotton loops made here in the northeast (New Hampshire, to be exact). Each pattern represents a different clan tartan. The colors and patterns of these Scottish tartan potholders/trivets will brighten up your kitchen and add a lot of fun to your cooking experience. Each one is not only beautiful to look at but delightful to touch. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do."



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