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Too Heart to Handle Oven Mitt

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Author MellymooMadeIt
Price $7.00
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by Carolyn Baker
on July 29th, 2015

“Great pattern for Potholders! So easy to follow. Great way to use up those smaller pieces of fabric every avid sewer has laying around - will be making them as gifts this year for sure! Thanks.”

This is a 13 page tutorial and pattern that will have sewers of all levels making fabulous and functional heart-shaped oven mitts. Each step is detailed with explicit instructions and high-quality pictures. This is the perfect project to thin out some fabric stashes or for making quick and easy gifts for your friends and family.


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To make one oven mitt you will need the following:
(1) piece of 9 x 11 Insulbright
(2) pieces of 9 x 11 cotton batting
(2) pieces of 9 x 11 fabric
(2) pieces of 9 x 11 contrasting fabric
matching thread.

by Carolyn Baker
on July 29th, 2015

Great pattern for Potholders! So easy to follow. Great way to use up those smaller pieces of fabric every avid sewer has laying around - will be making them as gifts this year for sure! Thanks.

by C. Ham
on June 30th, 2015

LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! this pattern. I make them with holiday fabric as gifts for family and friends. I make them and shove gift cards in them to Sur La Table or Willliam Sonoma for wedding gifts. I made 23 of them for Valentine's Day and sent them as a surprise, just because to friends. This is my #1 go to pattern.

on May 19th, 2015

Bigger than I though

by J. Cox
on March 12th, 2015

Great instructions, very clear and well presented. A pleasure to sew.

by J. Puckett
on February 17th, 2015

Great pattern, easy-to-follow instructions, good pictorials. I made several per the pattern, then reduced the pattern to make for kids and enlarged a bit for a bigger pot holder. Very adaptable.

by J. Barnfield
on February 7th, 2015

I have made two of these Oven Mitts for gifts - they are so cute and easy to make. The pattern and instructions are easy to follow. I highly recommend this project!

by D, Lani
on March 4th, 2014

So cute and very useful, too! Easy-to-follow instructions and photos. I made a bunch for valentine's day gifts with different combinations of really fun valentine fabrics, and everyone loved them!

by Reeves, Yvonne
on February 12th, 2014

This is one of the best Potholders I've ever made. The instructions are great, the results fabulous. You can't go wrong with this project, it' a WINNER!

by Tyler, Barbara
on February 11th, 2014

FUN! EASY! And so cute. I had to make a set for all my daughter-in laws. I love using these myself and the were quick to make. Instructions are well done and easy to follow. These will make darling thank you gifts and such. Such fun using up fabrics scraps and matching fabric.

by M. Tyger
on January 18th, 2014

Great pattern. Your instructions were very clear, and the photos were great. Inspired by your choice of fabrics, I quickly made half a dozen using a combination of colorful fabrics. They fit the hand perfectly with no extra bulk making them quick and easy to use.

by Wruble, Sandy
on March 1st, 2013

Let me just say that this is one of the easiest patterns! Very easy to understand all the directions and they go together so you YCMT!!!