How to Sew Patchwork Oven Mittens

How to Sew Patchwork Oven Mittens | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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Learn how to sew patchwork oven mittens the easier way with this wonderful tutorial by TheCraftyGemini on Youtube. No need to sew each piece together! It’s a faster method than what you usually do. You can use some of your fabric scraps to make this fun project. Watch the video below for the detailed instructions.



  • 5 to 8 different fabrics
  • fusible grid interfacing
  • insulated batting or fleece
  • 100% cotton batting
  • pattern (download it here)


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Step 1:

Cut 20 squares 2.5″ x 2.5″ using a variety of colored fabrics.

Step 2:

Cut the fusible grid interfacing – 4 squares across and 5 squares down.

Step 3:

Place the fusible grid interfacing with the scratchy side facing up on your ironing board. Layer the squares on top of it. Design the block however you want it to be. Once your desired layout is done, press them with an iron.

Step 4:

Sew them together exactly where they’re at. First, sew in columns then in rows. Fold one column and sew a quarter of an inch seam allowance. Do the same for the other columns and rows. Flip it with the right side facing down, then snip where the dash lines meet.

How to Sew Patchwork Oven Mittens Instructions
Image by TheCraftyGemini


Step 5:

Place the template on top of the block and cut.

How to Sew Patchwork Oven Mittens Tutorial
Image by TheCraftyGemini


Step 6:

Cut 1 strip of fabric measuring 2.5″ x 7″. Place on the bottom of the cut block right sides together. Sew on the bottom with a quarter of an inch seam allowance. Trim off the excess. This will be your template to cut your lining fabric, the other side of the oven mitts, lining pieces, cotton batting and insulated batting. Make sure to cut mirror image pieces.

Step 7:

Start assembling the oven mitts. Baste the top and underside with the batting and insulated batting. For the lining, sew it all away round but make sure to leave an opening. Trim off the bulk area. Lastly sew the lining to the exterior piece.



How to Sew Patchwork Oven Mittens

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