I made six and still have enough felt left to make a couple more. They were very easy to do, just cut out the felt using the template in the booklet decorate them and blanket stitch them together.
The kit had designs for 6 mittens that you could iron onto your felt as a guide to stitching but I didn't bother with that and just sort of copied the designs I liked free hand. Embroidery is not a talent of mine so I probably shoud have ironed the transfer onto to be honest but I only wanted to do 3 of the designs on my 6 stockings so I wouldnt have been able to iron the transfer on 3 anyway.
Everything you need to make the mittens is included in the kit apart from a needle and scissors. There is 3 pieces of felt, thread, cord for hanging and the design booklet with instructions included. I added a couple of star sequins and some christmassy ribbon to the mittens that I found in a drawer at the weekend (great time for finding it eh) I still have a little bit of the felt and threads left so I could make a couple more mittens and of course I could use my own felt and thread to make as many as I like now I suppose.
Ok time for me to go do my wii workout and then I'll put the dinner on. I've got my slow cooker out today (my wintery mood continues) and I'm making pork steak, potatoes, carrots and onion in gravy for dinner tonight with yorkshire puddings. I love the smell of things cooking when they're in the slow cooker the house smells lovely all day. My slow cooker is one of my best kitchen buys along with my breadmaker, which is also being used today making a loaf for lunch. No wonder I need a wiii workout eh girls lol