Oven Gloves with Jennie Rayment
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 01-Jan-2019
Patchwork oven gloves – practical and beautiful.
Jennie guides you through how to make the Maple leaf design from simple strips avoiding that awful 3/8th or 7/8th seam allowance (and you could use 2″ Thangles if you have them to avoid all that drawing!).
Jennie has two designs that she offers – a bound option, which you could of course still use – or the quick turn option that avoids all that.
and once you have mastered that lovely Maple Leaf design, you could use it in a variety of other projects – such as a great scrap quilt.
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