Amish Buggy Potholder
This potholder has the most common Lancaster County icon sewn on its face – the Amish buggy. To some, the buggy means a nice tourist sight. For the one inside the buggy, it means transportation. For the owner of a Amish buggy potholder, it means that something good is baking in the oven.
The main part of the buggy is appliqued onto the potholder by machine. Addition features are added with permanent markers. The seamstress signed the potholder “Lancaster County, PA.” A thick layer of batting provides protection from heat.
The Amish buggy potholder is available in your choice of three homespun colors: