Learn to Sew an Apron with Jane Clauss
Learn to Sew an Apron with Jane Monzures Clauss! This is a recording of a FaveCrafts Studio LIVE webinar that aired on September 29, 2022. Watch now!
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Aprons are a staple in the kitchen, and they have become quite a fashion statement over the years. Take your creative genius from the kitchen to the craft room and create your own personalized apron!
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- Brother sewing and embroidery machine
- 1 yard of decorative fabric - suggested: Camelot Fabrics Fabulous Fall collection
- 1 yard of fabric for the lining
- Denim scraps
- Craft paper for the pattern
- Cotton twill tape
- Rotary cutter & straight edge
- Measuring tape
- Fabric Scissors
- Straight pins/or clips
Draw out an apron pattern. Bottom should be about 28 inches wide and the top about 10 inches wide. Length can vary depending on where you want it to fall.
You can also use an apron you already have as your template. Simply fold the apron in half lengthwise and trace around it on paper to make your pattern.
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