Round hot pad-apron & bowls not incl.

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Round hot pad-apron & bowls not incl. Pattern


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Kitchen Accessory

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills

Pattern Description:

Round Potholder Tutorial
by Charise Randell

Apron and bowls are available for purchase in my craftsy shop

A fun take on the traditional potholder, this potholder is circular and has cute decorative trim on the pocket. It can also be used as trivet or mug rug or to hang in your kitchen to add a bit of cheer : )
It is finished with bias binding trim.

Find the paper pieced Apron and Mixing Bowls which adorn the front of the potholders in my Craftsy Pattern Shop.

The tutorial is on my blog here:


  • 1 foundation pieced block or quilt block 8" or smaller
  • 1 ~ 9 1/2" square Insul-Fleece or Insul-Brite insulated batting
  • 1 ~ 9 1/2" square batting
  • 1 ~ 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" piece batting
  • 1 ~ 9 1/2" square Print fabric for the back of the potholder
  • 2~ 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" pieces print fabric for Pocket
  • 30" - 1/2" wide double fold Bias Binding ~or~ 1/2 yard fabric to make your own (this includes the top of pocket binding and the hanging loop)
  • 6" - 1/2" wide double fold Bias Binding ~or~ 6" length 3/8" to 1/2" wide ribbon for hanging the loop
  • 9" - 1/2" wide double fold Bias Binding for top of pocket
  • 9" length of Decorative Trim, at least 3/8" wide - Ric Rac, Lace, etc.....

You Will Also Need:

  • Matching Thread
  • 1" bias tape maker if making your own binding (optional)
  • Walking Foot (optional)

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm a mom of two wonderful boys, crafter and fashion designer by trade.
I love sewing and have been doing it since I was a little girl. My newest passion is quilting and I love to design paper piecing patterns.
Please check out my blog for more projects and patterns: : )

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