Monday, January 3, 2011

Child size oven mitts

 
Now I'm not recommending you put your kiddo to work in the kitchen with these oven mitts, but they make a great addition to any play kitchen.  This year for Christmas I made my niece an apron and chef hat.  After I sewed that up I thought some oven mitts would be fun too.  Really easy and they turned out super cute.


I first cut out the material in the shape of an oven mitt.  Since there were some requests.  I've gone ahead and added the pattern of the oven mitt.

Child Size Oven Mitt Pattern                                                            


Then, I used a triangle to draw lines out on the oven mitt for me to sew. 


Next I cut out a piece of batting and white muslin in the same shape.  Sandwich the batting between the patterned fabric and muslin and pin in place.


Sew on the lines to give it a quilted look. 


Repeat this for the other side of the oven mitt.  Pin right sides together and sew around the edge leaving the bottom open.  Turn right side out and finish the raw edges of the opening with a piece of bias tape along the bottom.




Here is the apron that I made to match and the little cutie modeling her new cooking ensemble. 


8 comments:

  1. Adorable set! I would love your little oven mitt pattern.
    Stef
    love4literacy@netscape.net

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  2. love the set! such a great idea! would love the pattern, also, what material did you use?? I am really into cupcakes, and lil bit is following in my cupcake collecting shoes!
    thanks for the tute!
    Jenn Post
    noblekatt(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  3. So sweet! I just made a apron for my daughter and would love to make her an oven mitt, could you email me your pattern, please?

    Crystal
    jasonandcrystalcurry@gmail.com

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  4. omg! Can we say cute. This is perfect for my 2 little girls who is always playing restaurant. I would love the pattern for the mitt & chef's hat.

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  5. Love the tutorial. I have posted a link from my blog www.eatcraftsow.blogspot.com

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  6. I've updated the post with the pattern. I hope you all enjoy it. The fabric that I used is "Sweet Treats by Heidi Grace" - Joanns Fabric and Craft Stores. The chef hat pattern can be found at Michael Miller Fabrics blog.
    http://www.michaelmillerfabrics.com/Blog/Chef_Hat.pdf

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  7. Love it, and Kate loves playing in it!!

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  8. O i just made one for my son and he LOVES it! Thank you! I didn't have any muslin on hand so i used thin fleece. Worked great, and I made a little loop so it can hang on his kitchen set. Just adorable!

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