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Oven Mittie #102


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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). The Legal Stuff: This pattern is copyrighted by Treasures In Stitches, all rights reserved. Do not share, distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. It is unlawful to copy or resell this pattern. Thanks for respecting the copyright! PDF and pattern sales are final. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use a rotary cutting tool and mat Have some basic sewing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Mittie can be re-sized for a custom fit. Finished Mittie as made from the pattern is approximately 5 3/4 inches in diameter.

Supplies Needed

  • 1 or 2 Fabric choices (Fat Quarter plus a 6" x 12" piece)
  • Bias Tape binding (1 1/2 yards) or additional fabric to make your own (total yardage would then be 1/2 to 5/8 yard)
  • Insul-Bright

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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. Wishing you an awesome day! Here's how to find TIS around the web: Facebook: