Don't you love these Holiday Gift Tutorials each Monday? What great gift ideas, now all I need is the time to make them! Melissa from Happy Quilting brings us today's tutorial, fun oven mitts! Melissa's blog is fabulous! Check out her amazing quilt archive. And some awesome quilt tutorials, you can make 13 great quilts without every buying a single pattern! And for even more tutorials click here. Her blog is a great source of inspiration and fun, she is a super duper darling girl!
Here are the Holiday Gift Tutorials past and upcoming:
December 12th: Melissa from Happy Quilting
December 14th: Gentri from Little Lulu's Nest
December 19th: Erin from Why Not Sew?
Hi Everyone!!! This is Melissa from Happy Quilting :) When Heather and Megan asked me to participate in their Holiday Gift Tutorials hop I was so excited. One of my favorite parts of the Holiday season is Baking!! So I figured it would be super fun to whip up some Holiday Oven Mitt's for all of the baking I will be doing :) These Oven Mitt's go together super fast and are so much fun to make.
To make this oven mitt you will need :
2 Pieces of Christmas fabric each measuring 10" x 16" for the outer oven mitt
2 Pieces of Christmas fabric each measuring 10" x 16" for the inner lining
1 piece of Christmas fabric measuring 2 1/2" x 16" for the binding
2 pieces of Insul-Bright batting each measuring 11" x 17"
2 pieces of Warm and Natural batting each measuring 11" x 17"
Oven Mitt template. Trace the template onto each of your quilt sandwich making sure to flip it over for the second tracing. (So the thumbs should be on opposite sides of the sandwiches.) The template is for a standard size oven mitt but if you want yours longer (I like mine that way) you can add 2" to 3" at the bottom of the template.
Happy Quilting Flickr Group :) Thank you to Heather and Megan for having me here at Quilt Story and Happy Holidays!!!