These Patchwork Oven Mitts Are So Easy To Make

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They’re Wonderful Gifts, Too!

Pretty patchwork oven mitts are so simple to make and finish up quickly. Plus, they’ll be lovely in many color combinations.

Make a set for the holidays or another season. Or, focus on colors and fabrics that work with your kitchen decor.

Patchwork Oven Mitts Tutorial

These also make wonderful gifts, so look through your stash for fabrics the recipient will enjoy. You’ll need four coordinating fabrics for each mitt.

Use Insul-Bright batting for heat proofing and jumbo rick rack for a nice finishing accent. These are are generously sized so you can easily slip your hands into the big pockets

The finished mitts, designed by Alicia Thommas, are 7″ x 9″ (excluding the loop).

Click here for the free “Patchwork Oven Mitts” tutorial.


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