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Thread: Moppines

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    Senior Member lynndianne's Avatar
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    Has anyone figured out a pattern and directions for these oven mit/kitchen towels? Would love to make a few.

    Thanks,

    Lynn

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    I put moppines in google search and there is a video on Rachel Ray's site.

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    Senior Member lynndianne's Avatar
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    Hey, thanks.

    Lynn

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    Thank you, I had not heard of these :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynndianne
    Has anyone figured out a pattern and directions for these oven mit/kitchen towels? Would love to make a few.

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    Lynn
    Do you have a pic? I'd love to see one. Sounds useful.

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    Senior Member lynndianne's Avatar
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    If you go to Rachael Ray's website there is a picture of them. They are 18" x 28".

    Lynn

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    Those moppines aren't cheap. Makes me glad I know how to use a sewing machine. :D

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    They are super simple to make. Here is picture of a double mitt one. No instructions needed. http://www.kaboodle.com/reviews/oran...by-rachael-ray
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    Is it just to hand covers (oven mitts) on each side of a dish towel kinda sorta? Hard to see from the picture.

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    Lots of pictures when you search Google images.

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    Could you call me at (864) 884-3248 I live in SC and would like to talk to you about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynndianne View Post
    Has anyone figured out a pattern and directions for these oven mit/kitchen towels? Would love to make a few.

    Thanks,

    Lynn
    Does this help? http://www.sew4home.com/projects/kit...ded-pot-holder

    Serita

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    NEVER heard of them before.
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    OMG. A blast from the past and my Italian-American neighbors. Anything you wiped up with was a moppine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weezy Rider View Post
    OMG. A blast from the past and my Italian-American neighbors. Anything you wiped up with was a moppine.
    bawhahahah! Now that's funny!!!
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    this must be my "learn something new today" item -- never heard of this either ...
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    This is the site/tute that I am going to try this weekend. http://tatertotsandjello.com/2011/03...nd-all-in.html
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    The site "erindipity" provided to us in post #17 is an awesome tutorial for making a moppine.

    Thanks "erindipity" this is my 2015 Christmas project.
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