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The Coquette Apron

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Author Modern Vintage Designs
Price $8.00
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by S. Simpson
on September 2nd, 2014

“Great pattern. Great instructions. Turned out beautifully. Making”

French inspired, flattering, feminine and flirty this apron is sure to please. It features a V-neckline, a dart-fitted top (to curve with your curves) and a figure-flattering A-line skirt that measures 20" (51cm) from waist to hem. It features waist ties that can either be tied in a back bow, a front knot, or a front bow. The neckties are fully-adjustable so the apron will fit the way you want it to.

This apron is functional as well as cute. It has a rounded patch pocket that’s perfect for a recipe card, your MP3 player, or your cell phone. This apron design was tested on a variety of shapes and sizes and would be categorized as a Small/Medium (approximate off the rack dress sizes 2 to 12).

As a bounus, this ePattern also includes:
-Additional instructions for making an a-line half apron...it's almost like getting two patterns for the price of one!
-Both customary unit (yards, inches, etc.) and metric unit (centimeters) measurements

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Materials List:
1 Yard [92 cm] Fabric (for skirt and bib)
1 Yard [92 cm] Contrast Fabric (for bib lining, waistband, waist ties, pocket and neckties)
Thread to match
**Half apron needs 3/4 yard [69 cm] of Fabric (for skirt and pocket) and 5/8 yard [57 cm] of fabric for waistband, pocket band and waist ties.
Other Supplies:
A Good Pair of Scissors and Sewing Pins
A Sewing Machine (not a serger)
A Ruler (a sewing ruler is nice, but any ruler that’s at least 12" [30 cm] in length will work fine)
A Fabric Marking Pen or Pencil (can use a regular graphite pencil in a pinch)
A “Dull Pointed” Object (anything like a crochet hook, a chopstick, a very dull pencil, etc. - This will be used to make nice points at the ends of your waist ties)
A Straight Long Skinny Object - a ½" to 3/4" [1.5 to 2 cm] wooden dowel works best, but if you don’t have a dowel you can use a long spoon handle, a thick crochet hook, or a clean broom handle for turning your ties.

For the accent fabric flower, you will need:
Fabric-These flowers are a great way to use up extra lengths fabric you may have around. However if you want to purchase fabric, you’ll only need to buy 1/12 yard [7.6 cm] or 3 inches of fabric that’s 44/45” [112/114 cm] wide.
Felt- One tiny little scrap is all you need, less than 1” x 1” [2.5 cm x 2.5 cm].
Other supplies/tools needed - A good sharp pair of scissors, a needle and thread (for hand sewing), , thread to match your fabric, a bottle of Fray Check (optional), and a brooch pin.

by S. Simpson
on September 2nd, 2014

Great pattern. Great instructions. Turned out beautifully. Making

by miller, laurel
on January 12th, 2012

I amde this apron for my mom for the holiday season and she loved it, and I loved makeing it I will be makeing more in the future

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