Hello! My name is Hope. I started my crafting adventure by helping my Mom make Christmas ornaments from Montgomery Ward at age 6. She showed me how to take a straight pin, load on beads and a ...
Hello! My name is Hope. I started my crafting adventure by helping my Mom make Christmas ornaments from Montgomery Ward at age 6. She showed me how to take a straight pin, load on beads and a sequin so she could put it onto Styrofoam shapes. I still have those ornaments years later. After that, I went on to learn how to crochet, embroider, sew (somewhat) and make jewelry.
My husband is retired, so I have built an at home business to supplement our income. Treasures In Stitches is slowly gaining momentum. I create quilt and project patterns along with customized machine-embroidered items.
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I made this because I saw an oval version on a shopping channel and thought, "Hmm, I could make that."
So I designed them and decided to use the EZ Circle Cut Ruler to make cutting out the pieces easier.
I love that it has a dual purpose - it's an oven mitt and it also serves as a trivet. I adore the way that they are so easy to make - I can have a whole variety of colors and patterns to co-ordinate with my dishes and bakeware.
Suggestions that you will love: Are you taking a dish to a party? Make a set of mitties for your hostess and leave them as a gift.
Do your kids like to play kitchen or house? Make a set for play days (definitely re-size for little hands). You can omit the Insul-Bright for the play mitties to help reduce bulk on smaller sized Mitties (just don't let the kiddies use them near the oven).
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