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Reversible Crayon Apron - Sizes Toddler to Adult

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Author C Berry Baby
Price $7.95
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This is a perfect gift for any little girl and is ultra chic boutique quality! It holds crayons when feeling crafty and reverses to a regular apron with pockets for everyday use. Stylish enough to wear out and about over a dress or even with a pair of jeans and a tank! Now that you can finally make your own, the possibilities are endless!

3 sizes are included!

The “Little Sis” is our toddler through pre-schooler version and will hold up to 14 crayons. The “Big Sis” crayon aprons are made to fit pre-school and school-age children and will hold up to 18 crayons. I have also included a “Mommy” craft apron which is not only great for mother and daughter sets but also makes an excellent gift for teachers!

by Kidder, Shani
on June 10th, 2015

Thank you! Great pattern ! Just what I was looking for !

by Markum, Sharron
on February 4th, 2015

Easy to follow pattern and very cute

by marsala, dina
on December 5th, 2014

Made these for a teacher's gift and they loved it!

by Haygood, Amber
on December 3rd, 2013

such a fun pattern!

by Burdick, Cindy
on January 22nd, 2012

This apron was really easy to make & my little girls love them. I personalized mine by embroidering their names on the waist. My girls wear theirs all the time while they are "crafting".

by haynes, jessica
on January 14th, 2012


by Roossien, Julie
on January 4th, 2012

I tend to make up my own apron patterns but this one intrigued me! I really wanted to make my friends daughter a fun little art/crayon apron and figuring out the measurements was making me crazy! This is a GREAT pattern! Nice pictures, Easy to follow and great instructions. I simplified it by using 2in. ribbon instead of the sash (only because time was an issue!) I love that there are multiple styles and measurements included AND the apron is reversible! Thanks for a wonderful adorable pattern!

by Louise Andersen
on August 1st, 2001

I was so happy to see this apron still circulating. My aunt made me one about 55 years when I was recuperating from Polio. I still have it. It helped me pass the hours and days while in the hospital. I was left paralyzed but this was something that I could use all by myself. It would make a great gift to for a little one going through medical treatment. A donation to a children's hospital would be a great club project and I might just to this thanks again Louise

by Barbara Frey
on August 1st, 2001

I made an adorable one for my daughter's niece (by marriage) it is bright colors and holds 23 crayons with a pocket in the upper middle for small doodle pads. Now I am thinking I am going to make another for my grandniece. Those little slots for the crayons were not fun... but it is pretty when finished and worth that frustration.

by Melanie White
on August 1st, 2001

I just finished making my first apron. I had not sewn in over 15 years and this was easy to follow! I have already started my second! My niece will the thrilled when she gets this. I can't wait!

by janet roffe
on August 1st, 2001

Im loving this apron. It was so easy to make. I think next time i would make the height of the crayon caddy just a bit higher.Easy to follow instructions. Cant wait to make more.

by Kristi Moore
on August 1st, 2001

I made this apron for the first time last weekend. It was a birthday present for a "girly" girl turning 6 and she LOVED it so much she wore it to church the next day! The pattern was very easy to follow and the finished product was amazing. It only took a few hours to complete. I will definitely be making more of these :) Thanks so much!!


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