|Pattern Description: According to the website: Adult's and Children's apron and oven mitt|
Pattern Sizing:?? Oven mitt has lines for an adult size and a children's size but other than that, "no size"
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? I like mine better than the drawing from the website (I can't find my pattern envelope at this time)
Were the instructions easy to follow?Yes, but I didn't actually follow them. They call for 2 inner layers of fleece, then a lining layer, and I didn't feel that would provide enough protection from heat if you were to actually USE the oven mitt
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?the fact that they call for fleece (see above) is one thing that I really didn't like.....other than that I enjoyed how fast this went together
Fabric Used:black cotton with a cherry print, thinsulate, and pre-quilted, thin, lining
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:I changed the "innards" of the mitt to provide more protection from the heat when using the mitt, and instead of a plain cotton, I opted for a lightly quilted cotton.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?Thinking about sewing it again with coordinating hanging dishtowel, maybe a square pot holder...making them into sets. Yes, I would recommend it to others because of how easy it is and how fast it goes together - hardest part was sewing the binding around the edge!
Conclusion: Plain and simple apron and oven mitt pattern. Great for beginning cooks up to long-time family cooks. Can be decorated if you so choose (which may work for others, but I just wanted something "quick and cute" - this was for a Valentine's secret swap in a different group), not sure about the 2 layers of fleece, but that's something *I* won't try since I regularly seem to burn myself even when using pot holders.