|Finished Product Back and Front|
What you need:
Old Sweater--or two
First you are going to need to print out the pattern here:
*when cutting out the correct the pattern you are going to want to use size large. If you have small hands--not just women's hands but SMALL hands--then use size medium. Children ages 8-12 can use the small.*
Cut out Pieces of Sweater:
When cutting it out make sure you cut the pattern so that you have a left and a right mitten. It avoid this make sure to flip the pattern when you cut the second piece. I wanted a two-tone mitten so I used one sweater for the front and the other for the back.
Sew the Back Pieces Together:
It is easier to sew the back together first. Sew the back of the fleece and sweater. I used black thread.
Sew the Front On:
I found that since the sweaters had two different tensions there was a little I had to trim after sewing them together.
|Trim the excess|
Flip the Fleece so the Seams are Inside the Mitten:
Flip cuffs inside out and sew on.
Flip the Fleece Mitten back. You Should Now Have Two Pieces.
Slide the Sweater Part over the Fleece Part.