Hot pads are generally used to protect a table from the heat of a hot dish.
Hot pads have been around for many years and have come in many forms. The old fashioned name for a table hot pad is “trivet”.
Today’s hot pads or trivets are of course different: although they still can come in the old styled metal variety, many are now a layer of specialized protective thermal batting (Insul-brite), sandwiched between flannel or other batting and outer decorative fabric.
This item is thermal, which means it has a specialized heat resistant batting called “Insul-bright” inside. You can use this trivet for a hot coffee cup or small to medium sized bowls at the dinner table.
The hot pad or trivet is machine embroidered with a coffee cup motif in the center, is approximately 8 inches by 8 inches in size and is mainly coloured in a batik cotton fabric of teals and greens with blue embroidered coffee cup design. It is trimmed out with a blue floral binding.
All items are pre-washed prior to shipping. Photos are taken prior to laundering.
The embroidered areas (heavily threaded area) have been heat tested.
Price is for one set of 4 items.