Half Apron & Oven Mitt

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Half Apron & Oven Mitt Pattern


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Sewing: Half Apron & Oven Mitt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a sewing machine

Pattern Description:

This half apron and oven mitt are so pretty and easy to make! The apron is made from fabric rectangles with a ribbon waistband and ties. Light and medium weight cotton fabrics were used for the sample apron and oven mitt.

This eight page PDF e-pattern includes measurements for apron and oven mitt rectangles, patterns for oven mitt, detailed materials list, clear instructions written in English, and step-by-step photographs.

Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Finished aprons and oven mitts made from this pattern can be sold in limited quantities.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Instructions are included to make the apron in two misses' sizes - 8-14 and 16-22.


  • APRON: 44/45" Cotton solid or print fabrics - 1/2 yard for top rectangle, 1/4 yard for bottom rectangle, 1/2 yard for ruffled skirt on apron, 5/8 yard for apron lining (white muslin was used for lining on sample apron)
  • 1" Ribbon - 2 1/2 yards (grosgrain was used for sample apron)
  • OVEN MITT: 44/45" Cotton solid or print fabrics - 1/4 yard for top shapes, 1/4 yard for bottom rectangles & lining
  • Cotton batting - 24" x 30" rectangle (batting must be cotton - heat will go through polyester batting)
  • Sewing thread

You Will Also Need:

  • Basic sewing supplies

About Designer

About Designer

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We are a creative mother/daughter team from the Sunshine State. We're always working on new and unique patterns for you!

Mary Ayres has designed all of our patterns. She is a nationally known craft designer and has sold thousands of her original designs to numerous national craft, sewing, and quilting magazines.

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