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September 26, 2012


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An idea...you could sew each separately then insert the lining..wrong sides together. Thus no undone seam on the inside. Fold up lining and finish the bottom the same way

Stephanie O

How cute. Do you allow pictures from your site to be pinned on pinterest? shuttermom77@gmail.com


Just got my new sewing machine & this is exactly what I need to make
Thanks for sharing

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Very cool.


these are great! What a great idea to do the bottom fold. Makes it simple! How do you do your graphics too? I love the pictures with your text. Any help sources you had with that would be great!


Thank you soo much for this great tutorial!! Trish xo


Nice! She could use a fresh mitt in her kitchen. The fabric is great.

A.J. Dub (Amy)

How fun! Thanks. Great fabrics.


Very pretty oven mitt and potholders. A person always needs them.

Sandra :)

That is YUMMY fabric, and I really like how the raw edge are bound on that mitt! That's a lovely set :)

I just printed off a bat stuffy pattern - I want to try to "whip it up" to add to a gift package I need to mail tomorrow :) I hope my bat turns out as pretty as your gift set for your MIL!

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