Hello there! I’m still around, working hard on my oven mitt tutorial while dreaming of quilts yet to be made.
This may be one of the most detailed tutorials I’ve ever worked on, with lots of process photos. Each time I think I’ve taken the best photos, I find something that needs to be improved. That means making yet another mitt. The result is that the publishing date of my tutorial keeps getting pushed down the road. I really want to get it right so I hope those of you waiting for the tutorial will be patient a bit longer. Every mitt I make brings me closer to the desired end product.
Here’s a pair I made recently for my friend Nancy:
She wanted mitts in turquoise or burgundy. I found a great turquoise fabric in my stash dating back to 1999. I know this because the date is on the selvage.
Nancy is a fabulous gardener so I found a lovely floral fabric for the inside of the mitts. Take a peek:
In exchange for the mitts, Nancy is bringing me a pie made by her husband Cliff, who is known for his delicious pie crusts. I call that a win-win!
Dawn, these mitts look so nice; the tutorial will be well worth the wait! Happy Easter!
You are so meticulous in your tutorials! Always happy to wait while you nail down every last detail! Bartering is such a delightful way to share your skills with others!
You bring perfection to your tutorials, well worth the wait! And BTW, nice exchange for the pie :D!