Warm Company - Oven Mitt

1 Cut two 9" (225mm) x 12" (300mm) pieces from each fabric: decor cover fabric, Insul-Bright, Warm & Natural batting and a lining fabric.

2 Trace enlarged oven mitt pattern on right side of one 9 x 12 piece of decor fabric. Trace a reversed pattern on right side of other piece of decor fabric.

3 Layer and baste oven mitt favrics together in this order: decor fabric, Insul-bright, Warm & Natural Cotton batting, lining fabric. Zig-zag stitch through all fabrics around the cuff edge of the potholder. Trim away excess fabric from cuff edge. Make a reversed set.

4 Lay the sets of fabric together with lining fabrics facing out. Zig-zag stitch around all edges Except the cuff edge.

5 Turn right-side out and bind entire cuff edge wuth bias binding. If desired, add a hanging loop by stitching the ends of a 4" length of ribbon under the binding.

Conversion UK / US Yarn weights

Conversion UK / US Yarn weights

Quilt Measurements for a range of Bed Sizes

This information is a guide only to plan a quilt for a bed. Consider the mattress size, the mattress thickness, the amount of drop you want, whether to include a pillow tuck, distance from the floor, and the quilting itself.
Approximate Mattress Sizes for UK Beds, Quilt Size Dimensions
UK Single 35" x 75" (90cm x 190cm), 59" x 79" (150cm x 200cm)
Full/Double 55" x 75" (140cm x 190cm), 79" x 79" (200cm x 200cm)
Queen 60" x 79" (150cm x 200cm), 88" x 88" (220cm x 220cm)
King 63" x 79" (160cm x 200cm), 90" x 88" (240cm x 220cm)
Super King 79" x 79" (200cm x 200cm), 102" x 88" (260cm x 220cm)

Mattress Depths
Standard 7" to 9"
Deep 10" to 15"
Extra Deep 15" to 22"

Suggested Quilt Size Dimensions
Dimensions include a 15" drop on the sides and bottom of the quilt. No extra length is included for a pillow. Quilting, if moderate to heavy, may reduce the finished size of your quilt by 1" to 3" or more and should be considered when planning the finished size of your quilt.

Needle Sizes

Needle Sizes

Sewing Guide lines

A useful link to the Sewing Organisation the guide lines