Added Nov 22, 2009
So this was my second sewing project. Wanted to make some new oven gloves for my Mum for Christmas, as she just had a new kitchen fitted. I found a picture of what I wanted to make (I’m currently living in the US and no one knew what I meant by two handed mitts that are joined in the middle) to my sewing class and my instructor explained how to make the pattern and lay all the batting together. The quilting part was easy enough as again I stuck to straight lines but found that the fabric shifted a bit during sewing. I made bias binding for the edges from the two coloured fabrics. Not as tricky as I had always thought I was.
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