Easy Apron to Sew

Easy Apron to Sew

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Love to sew? Make this Easy Apron to Sew from Debbie Madson! It's a great free sewing pattern for beginners and kids who are just learning new skills.

Easy Apron to Sew
 

Materials:

  • Pillowcase, new or used
  • 4 pieces of ribbon- 25 inches long or see directions below for creating straps out of material
  • Bias tape to match material

Apron Instructions:

  1. To begin fold your apron in half as shown below. Measure 4 inches from the top right corner. Mark or pin. Measure 8 1/2 inches on the side starting at the right hand corner. Pin or mark. Cut curve to match marks.

    Easy Apron to Sew
     
  2. Unfold and pin bias tape along arm edges. Sew taking out pins as you go.

    Easy Apron to Sew
     
  3. To keep your edges unraveling on your ribbon turn top edge down and down again. Stitch. Pin ribbon on each top edge as shown in the picture.

    Easy Apron to Sew
     
  4. Pin ribbon on sides at the bottom edge of the bias tape.
     

Strap Instructions:

  1. If you are using material to create your straps. Cut 4 strips 25 inches long and 2 inches wide. Fold edges in and sew down the middle.

    Easy Apron To Sew

 

 

 

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how u do it

Our seven year old grand daughter who we adopted was in a programme at school The teacher wanted the parents to provide aprons and a chefs hat for the children I'm not very good at crafts but I bought two tea towels and some ribbon cardboard and fabric glue etc to make the apron and chefs hat First I folded the tea towel for the apron in a triangular shape for the bib part of the apron I sewed them without cutting the tea towel Then I used the ribbon for the top part of the apron to go around the neck and the waist I sewed in on the edges For the hat I got a length of cardboard and made it into a cylinder to fit Melody's head Then I cut out a circle for the top of the chefs hat also out of the other tea towel IRead More cut the circle a little bigger for the top of the hat wrapped a rectangular shaped piece around the cardboard cylinder and glued them into place I took the nice pattern off the bottom of the tea towel I used and made a nice border on the chefs hat The teacher at the school raved about Melody's cute outfit It was so easy too

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