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The Kitchen Corset Apron

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Author Modern Vintage Designs
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Do you love the corset look, but don't know when or where you'd possibly wear one? Wear this corset style apron everyday in your kitchen and look as hot as the food you cook!

This is a full apron with a square neckline, a dart-fitted top (to curve with your curves) and a figure-flattering A-line skirt. It features a corset style front with eyelets and ribbon lacings. It has 2 1/2 " thick waist ties that are approximately 112" from end to end and can either be tied in a back bow, a front knot, or a front bow. The neckties are 1 1/2" wide and approximately 20" long. They are fully-adjustable so the apron will fit the way you want it to.

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.

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).

It was made to fit the following measurements:
Bust - Between 30" and 38" (76cm and 97cm)
Waist - Between 22" and 32" (56cm and 81cm)
Hips - Between 30" and 38" (76cm and 97cm)

*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.

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However, You MAY sell any handmade items you create using this pattern, but I ask that you give design credit to Modern Vintage Designs in your listing descriptions and on item hang tags.

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1 Yard [92 cm] Fabric (for skirt, bib and pocket)
1 Yard [92 cm] Contrast Fabric (for waistband, waist ties, neckties, pocket band, and bottom skirt band)
1/3 Yard [31 cm] Plain Fabric (for center front inset and inside lining
3”x 12” [8 cm x 30 cm] Fusible Interfacing
2 Yards of 3/8 inch wide [6 mm] Ribbon
10 Eyelets -¼ inch size [6 mm]
Eyelet tool for attaching (not shown)
Thread to match

**Half apron needs ½ yard [30 cm] of Fabric (for skirt and pocket) and ½ yard [30 cm] of fabric for waistband, waist ties, pocket band, and bottom skirt band.

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.

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