Cross Stitch Oven Mitt Pattern

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Cross Stitch Oven Mitt Pattern

Ever burn the back of the wrist when taking hot baking dishes from the oven? Oven Mitts will prevent it, for they cover to the wrist and protect both sides of the hand—may be slipped off easily if hot liquids spill on them.

The design is cross stitched on this oven mitt—a floral or utensil design may be substituted for variety.

MATERIALS: 80 yds. of White Enterprise Yarn and 30 yds. of color will make one mitt.

BACK: With color, ch 2, 2 sc in first st.
ROW 2: Ch 2, turn, sk 1 st of ch-2, sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in last st.
ROW 3: Ch 2, turn, sk 1 st of ch-2, sc in next 4 sts, 2 sc in last st, ch 2, turn.
ROWS 4 THROUGH 11: Repeat Row 3, inc. 1 st at each end of row (22 sc in Row 11). Join White through 2 loops of last sc.
ROWS 12-13: Work same as Row 3. Row 13 will have 26 sc.
ROWS 14 THROUGH 38 inclusive: Work sc in each 26 sts.
ROWS 39-40: Ch 1, sk 1 sc, sc in next 24 sts (22 sc in Row 40). Fasten off. Join color as in Row 12.
ROWS 41 THROUGH 51: Same as Rows 39 and 40, with dec of 1 st each end of row until 1 st remains in Row 51. Fasten off.

FRONT: Same as back through Row 38. Fasten off.
Embroider in cross stitch the words "Oven Mitt," on front as illustrated.
Place back to back and sew tog, using matching color. Join White through Row 38 (last row) at top of front and Row 33 of back, sc in end of next 12 rows to center top, 3 sc in top st, sc in next 13 rows down other side of point.

Cross Stitch Oven Mitt Pattern chart