We’re starting to get our holiday fabric in and we got an ADORABLE Christmas cookie print from Dear Stella that I just had to turn into a Double Oven Mitt and I’m sharing the pattern with you for FREE!
I have a bunch of these and I just love them for baking. One is always hanging over my oven handle so it looks cute in my kitchen and I never have to go searching for a second pot holder.
In the tutorial and the FREE pattern to go with it, I show you how to use a combination of batting and Insul-Bright to make your Double Oven Mitt heat-reflective so your hand won’t burn.
Then we cover how to use the template to create the curved ends, create continuous bias binding the fits perfectly around the edges and stitch it in place for an adorable finished look.
Make one for you, or get started early on holiday gifts. We’ve got Christmas-themed kits while supplies last, including the cookies I used plus some Christmas cats. If you’re making it with your stash, you need:
1/2 yard for the main fabric
1/2 yard for the lining
Fat quarter for the binding
1/2 yard Insul-Bright
2 1/2-inch Double Fold Bias Tape Maker
Binding Clips (super useful, but optional)
Is the pattern for mittens (made from old sweaters) still available?
I’m interested in the model of the Baby Lock sewing machine you are using. I have a very large and heavy Baby Lock sewing and embroidery machine that is great but I’m looking for something portable that I can actually pick up and travel with. Could you share the model name with me? This one looks great and sounds great, too (that’s important – small machines sometimes sound really cheap).
Thanks so much – just came across your videos on You Tube a few months ago and really enjoy them.
I received my materials for the double oven mitt yesterday. it says to download the pattern from the website and I am not able to locate it. Can you help. I wanted to make these these today.