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|Author||C Berry Baby|
“Thank you! Great pattern ! Just what I was looking for !”
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!
This e-book is intended for personal, at-home use. Designs made using this pattern are permitted for resale in limited quantities with the exception of “exact” copies of the examples shown in the e-Book. Distribution of information, photographs and designs contained in this e-Book, or the e-Book itself, is prohibited without consent from the author.
Thank you! Great pattern ! Just what I was looking for !
Easy to follow pattern and very cute
Made these for a teacher's gift and they loved it!
such a fun pattern!
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".
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!
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
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.
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!
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.
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!!