Upcycled Felted Wool Mittens

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Upcycled Felted Wool Mittens Pattern


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Sewing: Upcycled Felted Wool Mittens
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Comfortable with sewing machine
  • sew a 1/4" seam

Pattern Description:

Go Ahead, Get the Warm Fuzzies!

That's exactly how you will feel when you slip these MADAWASKA MITTENS on your hands... Warm and Fuzzy! Cold winds? No problem! Frigid temperatures? Bring it on! Designed to brave the winters of the Northern Woods of Maine and beyond... these mittens will not disappoint!

Made of upcycled wool sweaters that are washed, felted and given a new life. Lined with fleece to make them extra warm and cozy.

Now you can make one of a kind, felted wool, earth friendly mittens.

My MADAWASKA MITTENS are named after the Northern most town in Maine and in the US... talk about cold!Now you can wear your own personal, one of a kind mittens! Make them even more personal by using sweaters from your own closet! Great mittens for yourself or personal gifts for your friends.

The PDF contains the pattern and sewing instructions to make wool mittens lined with fleece. Complete step by step, easy to read instructions with color photos are included

Need some inspiration? Check out my website to see my gallery of mittens... click 'read blog or news article' above.

acrylic pattern templates can be found at rebeccamaedesigns.etsy.com

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • womans - one size fits most


  • 2-3 upcycled felted wool sweaters
  • 1/4 yard fleece
  • 1 yard yarn & 2 buttons

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • thread
  • optional rotary cutter and mat
  • scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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by Sherri Noel
East Coast, Massachusetts
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I have been sewing for most of my life. Lucky for me, my mother owned a sewing machine and I started altering my own clothes as a teenager. When I graduated, my parents bought me my own sewing machine and I caught the quilting 'bug'. With two very talented grandmothers before me who held such talents as knitting, sewing and painting, as well as grandfathers who were master craftsmen it's no ...

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