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Keep your cool in the kitchen with this ever-practical oven glove. Make one and protect two hands from burns. Choose from a variety of fabrics, add more insulation as needed, and in very little sewing time you have an indispensable kitchen item.?Finished size: 7″ x 35″

Tip: As a bonus, the 2-in-1 glove can be draped over the oven handle so it is always at handlace pillowcases, ready when you need it.

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Supplies

step 1) Cut the fabric pieces.

Outer fabric:

Lining:

Pocket fabric: cut four 7″ x 10″ rectangles

Insul-Brite:

step 2) Make the pocket.

Make a “batting sandwich” by placing one 7″ x 10″ pocket fabric wrong side up, one 7″ x 10″ Insul-Brite rectangle on top of it, and then placing a second pocket fabric rectangle face up on top of it all.

Make sure all the edges are even, then baste the layers together along the edges.

Bind one short edge of the pocket with double-fold bias tape following the manufacturer’s directions (or your preferred method of binding).

Tip: Make your own bias binding like I did and bind your oven glove with matching fabric.

Repeat for second pocket.

step 3) Make the glove.

Make another “batting sandwich,” this one with a 7″ x 35″ outer fabric rectangle wrong side up, a 7″?x 35″ Insul-Brite rectangle, and a second 7″ x 35″ rectangle right side up on top of it all.

Make sure all the edges are even, then baste the layers together close to the edges.

Place a pocket on one end of the glove lining so the bound edge is facing towards the middle.

Make sure the raw edges match and then baste them together, leaving the bound edge free from stitching.

Repeat for second pocket.

Using a dinner plate and a water-soluble marker, round the edges of the glove and pocket. Trim away the excess material.

Tip: To reduce bulk, trim one layer of Insul-Brite around the pocket. This will make the next step – applying the binding – easier.

Bind the outside edges of the double oven glove with bias tape following the manufacturer’s instructions or your preferred method.

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