* pan handle mitt

Posted on June 3rd, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


I got a nice cast iron frying pan for a dollar at a garage sale a few weeks ago. Today while cooking lunch, my husband wished that he had a hot mitt for the pan handle. I immediately thought of this scrap of quilted fabric left over from the coffee press cozy. I knew there was a reason I didn’t throw it away! Two seams later, wish granted.

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4 Responses to “pan handle mitt”

  1. caitlyn Says:

    It’s perfect!

  2. Regina Says:

    fabulous idea!

  3. ness Says:

    So simple, so quick, so effective! Sew clever!

  4. sandy hollander Says:

    woulb like to purchase one dozen mitts for our 5″ iron skillets used in our restaurant. Is this something you do? Only one I saw on the internet is the one you made. Please let me know if you are interested….thanks, Sandy

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