Sewing the Pinch Grip Oven Mitts: New Video Tutorial Released

making the pinch grip oven mittsI just wanted to let everyone know that we have published a video tutorial for sewing the Pinch Grip Oven Mitts on our YouTube channel.

A lot of people following this project so we wanted to get the video out there as soon as we could.

This is a nice and easy project and suitable for beginners.  I think it's helpful to see how to stack the layers and apply the bias tape on video which should make the project even easier.

Please enjoy and don't forget to Like and Subscribe over on YouTube.  We really appreciate it.

Making the Pinch Grip Oven Mitts Video Tutorial

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Here's a link to the written tutorial as well as the pattern download link for the Pinch Grip Oven Mitts.

Pinch grip oven mitts, a fun & easy sewing project

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View the written tutorial HERE

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You can download the pattern for this Pinch Grip Oven Mitt from our account at Craftsy.

For help downloading and printing PDF patterns, please CLICK HERE.

If you don't like this design of oven mitt, you can check out our roundup of 80+ FREE Pot Holder Patterns to Sew.  There are quite a few different designs that you make like.

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6 Responses to Sewing the Pinch Grip Oven Mitts: New Video Tutorial Released

  1. Jill says:

    Thankyou for publishing this pattern. My 4 year old grandson is besotted with dinosaurs and I was inspired to make hand puppets for his birthday – I used polar fleece (one layer) and attached googly eyes. He loved them – they were one of his favourite gifts

    Here's my pic:

  2. Ann Rhuland says:

    Thank you Mayra for the great pattern. These are the best and it is hard to find this grip in the stores. I am sure I will be making them for all my friends.

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      You are welcome Ann, yes they are very hard to find and very easy to make. Load a picture to see your, I am always looking at the pictures, it is my favorite part of a project.

  3. Amy says:

    I love your site. It’s so fun seeing all the clever items you come up with. Also free patterns are always a bonus. Thanks again.

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