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Here is the apron for people who don't like neck straps and ties! Easy slip on and off in a hurry. For the cook in your family, sizes misses 8 to womens 28. Make them for any special occasion or just to wear every day. Add personalization, pockets, and plenty of pouf to make it positively perfect.
There are only 2 pattern pieces with five options: 1) plain, 2) ruffle along outside edge of skirt, 3) make custom bias tape, 4) pockets, 5) embroider design or name.
*Bonus feature: How to make your own coordinating bias tape.
For the moderate beginner – there are 9 instructional pages, 32 photos and 2 pattern pieces
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making an apron. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase
Easy! Love the pattern, it's similar to what my great grandma and grandma wore. I think I'm going to try to make the next one reversible and that would eliminate the bias tape. :) I made it w/ the bias tape sans ruffles and it turned out fab. Thanks for a lovely pattern!
Very cute pattern! Easy to follow instructions, and easy to make. Love that this pattern comes in a variety of sizes.
I love this pattern, just like my grandmas.
I love this!
have made this for family members and they loved it. thanks for the great pattern.
I love this apron pattern. going to make several just for me.
so many things and embelishments for children. Did I forget to It's so quick
Easy Fun Cute & Functional! What isn't to love? Great directions, easy to follow & the results are perfect.
Easy and simple but there were a couple issues. First when I pay this much for a pattern I expect it to be a computerized pattern and not hand drawn. I can usually find Simplicity or McCalls patterns at the store for 99 cents and not have to print it or tape it. I also had a hard time getting the pieces to line up well with it being hand drawn and no center reference points to use when taping it all together. In the end I did tweek the straps a little to help them lay better in the back. Overall I liked it and I will make it again.
Simple and Easy to make! I'll be making more for sure once word gets out about how great this Apron is. I can see this being my go to option when I don't know what to make someone for Birthdays and other events :o)
This pattern was one of the easiest and quickest apron patterns I have used!! Very easy to understand and follow! Everyone loves the ones I have made so far.
Fun and easy to make! Came in very handy today while doing the dishes :)
easy, simple to follow pattern and the combonations are endless. Great pattern.
Such an easy apron to make and so cute too. I made several for Christmas and changed up the pockets and how I did the ruffles as well so no 2 were the same.
cute and easy to make! I also made several of the childs size for my grands to go with the new toy kitchen from Santa.
*Fabric for basic apron– 1 5/8 yds
*Option 2 ruffle – 3/8 yd coordinating fabric for small & medium; 5/8 yd for large & x-large, plus rotary cutter, ruler and mat
*Option 3 create your own bias tape– ½ yd coordinating fabric, plus rotary cutter, 24” ruler, cutting mat and Bias Tape Maker found in notions area of fabric store, or order online.
*Option 4 pockets – ¼ yd coordinating fabric or scrap of 10” x 8"
*Option 5 – embroidery thread for design
*Bias Tape – 2 packages of extra-wide, double-fold bias tape for sizes small & medium; 3 pkgs for large & x-large (not needed for option 3)
*Iron & Ironing Board
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