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Shopgirl Apron - Sizes Child, Youth & Adult

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Author Jona Giammalva
Price $8.00
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The Shopgirl Apron is both pretty and practical while being fun and flattering.
Wear it in the kitchen, garden or just around the house when you want to feel cute. A versatile pattern, it has a great reversible option as well as pocket options and instructions on how to add an applique to snazz it up a bit more. Tie it in the front or back.

This pattern is designed to be beginner friendly and includes 3 sizes:
Child (3T-6), Youth (7-11), and Adult (which fits a variety of shapes). Make one for yourself and more for gifts (if you can part with them!). Great for boys too (just omit the scooped neckline. This apron is perfect with quilting weight fabric and home decorator weight fabric too.

Main apron fabric:
Adult: 7/8 yd (31.5”) for each side
Youth: 2/3 yd (24”) for each side
Child: 1 fat quarter (18”x 22”) for each side

Pockets:
Adult: 8”x 8” square for each pocket
Youth: 6.5”x 6.5” square for each pocket
Child: 5”x 10” rectangle for each pocket
*on the reversible Adult and Youth apron I’ve designed it so you can use the scraps (from patternmpiece B) for the pockets on the reverse sides.

Fabric for bias tape:
Adult: 18”x 30” (will make about 7 yds)
Youth and Child: 18”x 22” (1 fat quarter)(will make over 5 yards)
(18”x 44” will get you enough for two mother/daughter aprons)

12 pages of instruction with 22 detailed diagrams and 11 color photos

*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns 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.

by Momma M
on April 11th, 2014

Love this pattern! Very easy to follow and the results are beautiful!!

by G. Sears
on August 2nd, 2013

I made my first ShopGirl apron and love it! I plan on making several more. I'm an intermediate sewer and had no problems whatsoever.

by hama
on April 11th, 2013

Great pattern. Recipient claims the most beautiful aprons

by Christine Hansen
on August 1st, 2001

This was a fabulous pattern, very easy to follow, you don't have to print out a million pages and went together quickly. I would recommend this apron to everyone. I am also a plus size and it fits me great as well. I made the apron reversible and for a sewing mamas quilt swap and I am sure it will be well love. Thanks for a perfect pattern! And if you are short on time you can use pre made bias tape but the instructions she gives for making your own are terrific too.

 

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