First, as you see, there is no seam allowance left when cutting the lining form. With a piece of yarn and darning needle, starting at one of the side seams, sew through all three layers, leaving a tail of yarn where you started. I notice you lay out the pattern pieces on the bias —- does it have to be this way?
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The best sort of lining for a mitten, in my humble opinion, is made of polar fleece. Polar fleece is a synthetic knitted fabric which has several terrific virtues. It is fabulously easy to wash, it is warm and non-itchy, it is cheap and easy to find in lots of colors and weights, and, best of all, you can cut it without having to seam it -- it will not ravel out.
For more information about Polar fleece, click here. In the illustrations below, the "good side" the denser, fuzzier side of the polar fleece fabric is illustrated in blue, the "not-so-good" side is illustrated in green. However, if keeping track of the sides is going to turn you away from using Polar Fleece, then, as set forth in greater detail at the very end of this post, just ignore that part of the instructions. Trace the outlines of the mitten on the not-so-good side of the polar fleece stop when you get to the straight part of the non-thumb side.
Cut out this shape without separating the two halves. Fold the shape in half along the dotted line, with the not-so-good side out and the good sides together on the inside.
Pin, then sew the mitten lining form together, as shown. If you have a sewing machine, it'll just take a minute or two to sew the lining seams. If you have no sewing machine, it won't take much longer to hand sew the form shut, and the best stitch for this is the back stitch. For more information about the back stitch, click here. The sewn mitten lining form. Note that the seam is on the outside, and the "good side" i.
Slip the lining form into the mitten with the "not-so-good" seamed side facing out, as shown. Once the lining is inside of the mitten, flip the whole business inside out, so that the "good side" of the lining is outside, while the whole mitten flipped inside out is inside the lining form. Pin the lining to the mitten, and sew, using the overcast stitch, as shown.
For more information about sewing lining into a knitted garment using the overcast stitch, click here. Once the lining is sewn in, flip the whole business inside out again, and you've got yourself a lined mitten.
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