Great Use for Leftover Skinny Fabric Strips!
These red mitts are super easy to make and would be lovely around the holidays. This is also a great oven mitt pattern for year around use. Make them up with fabrics that fit your kitchen decor. Or, make a set for each season.
While you’re sewing, think about making extras to give as gifts. Anyone who cooks is sure to love a set of made-by-you oven mitts.
The mitt shape itself can be traced from a mitt you already have that fits well. Or, use the pattern on the Insul-Bright batting package (Insul-Bright is used for heat proofing).
The “braiding” is adapted from the log cabin block and is constructed with a quilt-as-you-go technique.
The tutorial, by 2 Strings, is well illustrated and easy to follow. You’ll have your own unique set of oven mitts made up in no time!
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