Responding to our readers love of apron projects, we have put together this quick collection of 8 Free Apron Sewing Patterns. These free apron sewing patterns come from bloggers, designers and a few craft manufacturers for a nice selection of ideas.
Cleavage be gone is a free, easy sewing pattern for those who don't wish to show what their mama gave them! Sew up a quick boob bib to cover up that cleavage!
Use this free sewing pattern for a baby car seat cover to style your baby's car seat with a homemade touch. Now your baby can nap in peace!
Learn how to make 4 yards of bias tape from one fat quarter with this clever tutorial from sewing expert Caroline Critchfield. Find step-by-step photo tutorials for several different techniques on how to make bias tape.
These cute hair clips are like nothing I've ever seen. You can sew your own designs for any day of the week. This is a great DIY craft to make with your girlfriends.
Sew up a sassy accessory for the kitchen with this free apron sewing tutorial. A ruffle and pockets in coordinating fabrics are cute finishing touches.
Sew up a cute owl or a pair of owls with this fun sewing tutorial using socks. Give these little owl sock friends as gifts. They are sure to put a smile on anyone's face.
Learn how to sew a simple baby bonnet with a vintage hankie in this sewing tutorial from Corey Colwell-Lipson and Lynn Colwell, authors of Celebrate Green! Follow the step-by-step photos to create a bonnet for a shower gift or new family member.
Sew up your own scrunchies, earrings, barrettes or combs in colorful batik fabric with this technique. A hem stitched in metallic thread is on the outside for a bit of sparkle throughout the accessory.
Use your favorite fabric to create a cute matching set for the beach. This beginner sewing project can be done in one hour or less.