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Old 08-16-2004, 10:31 AM
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Finger Mitts Oven Gloves

Finger Mitts Oven Gloves


Maybe with these I'll stop grabbing hot dishes out of the microwave or small oven.

Materials for two sets:

Fabric A 0.15 meters (1/8 yard)
Fabric B 0.15 meters (1/8 yard)
Thermal Batting 0.15 meters

CUTTING OUT
(all seam allowances 1/4")

Print out pattern pieces and cut as follows:

Finger Mitt main section:
Cut 2 from Fabric A
Cut 2 from Fabric B
Cut 2 from Thermal batting

Finger Mitt Top section:
Cut 4 from Fabric A
Cut 4 from Fabric B
Cut 4 from Thermal batting

PUTTING IT TOGETHER
(1/4" seam allowance)

To Complete the Finger Mitt Top Section:

Take one piece of Fabric A, one piece of Fabric B and one piece of the thermal batting. Place Fabric A right side face up, place Fabric B on top of Fabric A right sides together. Place the thermal batting on top of this. You should now have a sandwich with Fabric A right side up, Fabric B right side down and the thermal batting on top. Stitch along the straight edge (along the top). Turn to right sides, press and topstitch. Do the same with the three remaining Finger Mitt top section pieces.

Take two of the Finger Mitt top section pieces (place the other two to one side for the second mitt). Place Fabric A from the Finger Mitt main section down, right side up. At one edge, place a section of the Finger Mitt Top, matching edges on the curved section. Pin or baste in place. Now do the same with the second Finger Mitt Top section and the opposite end of the main section. Pin or baste in place. Next take Fabric B Main section and place on top of Fabric A, right side down. You should now have a sandwich with Fabric A main section, the two piece finger sections and Fabric B on top of this. Place the thermal batting on top of all three then pin in place. Stitch around the outside of the Finger Mitt top section starting and ending at the "Xís" in order to leave a section for turning. Turn to right side through the small opening in the side. Press. Slipstitch opening close and top stitch around the entire outside if you wish.

Repeat the above on the second Finger Mitt.
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