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September 26, 2012

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Lynn

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

Jeanette

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

Shannon

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!

trish

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

Jenny

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

A.J. Dub (Amy)

How fun! Thanks. Great fabrics.

Lorrie

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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