While the oven mitt I have is extremely functional, it's hardly attractive for when I pull the quiche out of the oven when the girls are over for lunch! So using the same pattern I whipped up another one.
There are loads & loads of tutorials online for making your own oven mitts. They are simple & don't use very much fabric. Mine is not the traditional style but the Insul-Bright packaging does come with a pattern template if that's what you are after.
Lay a piece of each fabric on top of each other (Insul-Bright in the middle) and sew together. This is my very first attempt at trying to do a quilted look. (so don't look to hard - the reverse side puckered more than I would care to admit!!)
I used a small bread & butter plate to round all edges and cut the curve on top piece.
Using either a twill tape or bias, sew strip to top curve piece. Sew both pieces together and trim off any excess.