Baking Through the Snow


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After you’ve dashed through the snow to finish your holiday shopping, make a mug of cocoa, pull out your favorite recipes, and start the winter baking in your delightfully warm kitchen with your new festive oven mitt, coaster, and trivets. The front pocket of the oven mitt can be filled with drink mixes, cookie recipes, gift cards, and lots of other goodies. These holiday projects are quickly completed in the hoop, so you’ll have plenty of time to make extras for friends and family.  Scroll down to read more!


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The Baking Through the Snow oven mitt is made in three easy hoopings, and it is finished in the hoop.   The coaster and trivets are finished in one hooping.  Detailed instructions with lots of pictures to complete all three projects are included. 

The oven mitt is about 5¾” x 7¾”.  Hoop Size:  6″×8″  
The coaster is about 4½” x 4¼”.  Hoop Size: 5″ x 7″
The small trivet is about 7″ x 6″.  Hoop Size: 6″ x 8″
The large trivet is about 7¾” x 9¾”.  Hoop Size: 8″ x 10″

These designs are automatically available as a download.  Please note:  HUS format only includes the oven mitt and coaster.  If you’d like a CD or USB in addition to your download, you can choose that option at checkout.


Mr. and Mrs. Claus Charming, Elf Charming and Reindeer Charming by A Bit of Stitch:

I used a bias tape maker, point turner and seam creaser, heat resistant batting, fusible web, and my snips to make the oven mitt :

Shelly's Favorite Snips

I strung these sleigh bells on a ribbon to make the reindeers jingle, the little elves are using these adorable mini string lights to decorate these trees, and Santa’s Sleigh is filled with these cute presents in the pictures of this set.

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