Today I'd like to share this fun double oven mitts "quilty" project. These oven mitts are not only very functional in protecting your hands from the heat, they're also adorable, and will brighten up your kitchen.
These will work great especially for handling larger stuffs such as pizza stone, casserole dish, cookie sheet, etc. Make one or several for yourself, and for gifting purpose too :).
Finished measurements : approx. 34 1/2" x 7 1/2" (88 x 19 cm)
I created two versions of this project, the first version is the patchwork version (a great way to use up some of your fabric scraps, or leftover fabric from previous project). The second version is the "solid" version, same dimensions but without the patchwork.
In the video tutorial I also show you how to make your own bias tape for binding the oven mitts.
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What you need to make the Double oven mitts
For the patchwork version you will need 32 pieces of 4" (10.2 cm) squares, and about 1/2 yard of cotton quilting fabric.
For the solid version you will need about 1/2 yard of cotton quilting fabric (main fabric), and about 1/4 yard of cotton quilting fabric for the backing fabric.
34 1/2" x 15" (88 x 19 cm) insulated batting
34 1/2" x 7 1/2" (88 x 19 cm) 100% cotton batting
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I hope you enjoy this tutorial, happy sewing!
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