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“I love this apron, practical yet pretty, fits great, and the instructions are clear and easy t follow. Great for all levels of seamstresses.”
Yaya's Apron is a pretty and fun apron pattern that is easy and frugal to make. Because it goes over your shoulders and does not require that you tie the back ties, it is flattering and comfortable on a variety of shapes and sizes.
The pattern comes to you as an E-Book in PDF format and includes a "one size fits most" Misses size, 3 Child sizes, and even a pattern to make a matching apron for your 18" doll.
You can make matching aprons for yourself, your mother, your children and even their dolls. The pattern can also be used to make very simple art smocks for your little ones.
Note: These are downloadable instructions 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.
There can be NO resale or reproduction of this pattern in part or whole without written consent from the designer Sivje Parish. This includes sharing or forwarding the pattern to anyone except the original purchaser. No mass production or large quantity sale is
permitted using this pattern (greater than 10) without prior consent from the designer Sivje Parish. Aprons made using this pattern for sale must clearly give credit to Sivje Parish of Sivjegoose as the designer of the pattern.
I love this apron, practical yet pretty, fits great, and the instructions are clear and easy t follow. Great for all levels of seamstresses.
Beautiful little project! I've made one for my neice for Christmas. I decided to trim the ruffle with broderie anglaise instead of bias binding, if you do this, it would be advisable to trim the ruffle before attaching it to the apron - I decided to do it as an afterthought and next time I will do it first.
Great to sew
Great classic pattern
I had to make 12 aprons for my dance school and they turned out amazingly! I teamed them with a matching chef hat and the girls absolutely love them. I will post a picture of them all on exam day.
This is one of my favourite aprons. I have made one for myself and some for children's gifts and they fit lovely. I just love that these use so little fabric. Instead of putting binding on mine I add a seam allowance to the pattern and do a lining in the bodice area.
I absolutely love the design of this apron,
and have sewn several for christmas gifts.