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Oven Gloves

Added Nov 22, 2009

by katelm

Westbury, United...






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.

Material Notes

Warm and Natural Batting
Insulated Lining




Garment Type

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    May 12, 2010, 02.32 PMby katelm

    So easy…cut two rectangles with rounded edges ( I chose different colours) for front and back, sandwich batting and heat reflective batting between them, leave edges raw and quilt. Next make hand pockets, cut two squares, rounded at one end to match the rectangles, sandwich with the battings and quilt, same as the rectangles, repeat this step for both hand pockets. Bind staright edges of hand pockets. Attached hand pockets leaving straight edge free. Bind entire side of gloves.

    You can make this as long as you like, depending on how far large your pans are, I like wide reaching gloves for big roasting pans.

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    May 6, 2010, 04.02 PMby Laura Jane

    how do u make them

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