Oven Mitt Pattern

3 Materials
1 Hour

You can make a cute oven mitt for your own kitchen or to gift as a housewarming gift. You can grab the free printable pattern on my site and sew one up in no time.

Print out the pattern and use it to cut out the fabric for the outside of the oven mitts. Once you have traced it one way then flip it over to trace it the other way. You need one with the thumb on the right side and one with with thumb on the left.

Repeat the same cutting process with the lining fabric and the insulated batting.

Make a stack. Lay down 1 layer of the insulated batting. Then lay one of the outside fabric pieces on top of it, with the right side up. Next add the other outside fabric piece on top, this time with the right side down. Then add the other batting piece on top. Pin these all together.

Sew around the edge of the mitt, sewing about 1/2 inch from the edge but leave the bottom open. Then trim the edges close to the seam and cut notches into the curve between the main part and the thumb. Turn it right side out.

Pin the two pieces of the lining together with the right sides together. Sew 1/2 inch from the edge, but leave an opening of a couple inches on one side of the mitt.

Put the outside part of the mitt inside the lining. Pin and sew around the opening where you put your hand in. Don’t sew it shut- just sew the lining to the outside of the mitt. This is a little bit difficult so be careful to keep the front and back of the mitt separate when sewing.

Pull the outside part of the mitt through the hole in the lining in order to turn it right side out. Then sew the hole in the lining shut.

For more details and photos be sure to check out the full tutorial on my blog.

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