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Apron sewing pattern for Kids, girls, children

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Author My Childhood Treasures
Price $7.95
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by P. Schwebke
on January 30th, 2016

“Directions were excellent and sewing was simple resulting in a very cute Valentine version of the ruffled apron, but piecing and taping a staggering number of pattern pages was taxing. After doing so, I used freezer paper to trace the size I wanted to use so I wouldn't have to go through that process to use it again.”

This girls apron sewing pattern is fast and easy to make for the beginner sewer and is a great gift idea.

You can make a lined apron with frills on the bottom or the simple reversible apron with no frills. Lining the apron means all your seams are hidden giving a professional look that even beginners can create and there is less chance of cooking mess going through to the clothing underneath.

SIZE RANGE: This sewing pattern is multi-sized and comes in sizes 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,12,14 (to fit approximately ages 2 to 14)

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FABRIC SUGGESTIONS: This pattern is designed for light to medium weight cotton fabrics. Quilting fabrics are ideal.

by P. Schwebke
on January 30th, 2016

Directions were excellent and sewing was simple resulting in a very cute Valentine version of the ruffled apron, but piecing and taping a staggering number of pattern pages was taxing. After doing so, I used freezer paper to trace the size I wanted to use so I wouldn't have to go through that process to use it again.

by P. Schwebke
on January 30th, 2016

Directions were excellent and sewing was simple resulting in a very cute Valentine version of the ruffled apron, but piecing and taping a staggering number of pattern pages was taxing. After doing so, I used freezer paper to trace the size I wanted to use so I wouldn't have to go through that process to use it again.

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