A recycled potholder that’s stitched by hand
If you’re on the hunt for stylish, environmentally friendly potholders, look no further. We found the perfect options from A Wool Story, a company created by Detroit-based artist Meghan Navoy, who uses recycled raw denim for the common household items.
These potholders, available at Hand & Land in Park Place, are hand-stitched by Navoy and come in a variety of designs and patterns. Navoy uses a cotton batting layer for heat protection, although the potholders are not made to withstand extremely high oven temperatures.
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Whether you’re holding the handle of your cast-iron skillet or pouring yourself a cup of tea from your kettle, these limited-edition potholders add a unique story to your kitchen. They retail for $20 to $24 each and can be purchased online here.