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Polka Dot Apron

By: Blumenthal Lansing

Cover up your cute clothes with this cute Polka Dot Apron! This free tutorial shows you how to make an apron covered in polka dots.


  • Ka-Jinker Tool
  • Package fuchsia large circle Ka-Jinker Jems
  • Package lime green small circle Ka-Jinker Jems
  • Package pink Ka-Jinker Links
  • Canvas Creations natural canvas adult apron
  • Package hot pink medium rick-rack
  • 3 yards 3/8" pink/white dot grosgrain ribbon
  • Yard 1 1/2" pink/white dot grosgrain ribbon
  • Yard 7/8" pink/green stripe grosgrain ribbon
  • Fabric Glue



  1. Cut neck and tie strings from apron. Replace with lengths of 3/8" ribbon by gluing ends to the back of the apron.
  2. Using photo for placement cut and glue rows of ribbon to the top of the apron, leaving about 1 1/4" space between rows.
  3. To indicate placement of bottom pocket fold up lower edge of apron 7" and press.
  4. Unfold pocket. Starting at the crease line on one side of the front of the apron, glue rick-rack to edge of apron. Bring rick-rack up one side, across the top and then down the other side, stopping rick-rack at the opposite crease line.
  5. Fold up lower edge of apron. Using photo for placement cut and glue lengths of ribbon to pocket, leaving about 1 1/4" space between stripe and narrow dot ribbons.
  6. Glue rick-rack around sides and top of pocket.
  7. Following manufacturers' instructions, Ka-Jink a row of Ka-Jinker Jems to the pocket flap between the ribbons. Center and evenly space Ka-Jinker Jems across pocket. Alternate one layer of fuchsia Ka-Jinker Jems with 2 small lime green Ka-Jinker Jems.
  8. Glue sides of pocket to sides of apron. Add a line of glue down the back of the center of the pocket creating 2 pocket sections.
  9. Following a similar pattern, Ka-Jink two rows of alternating fuchsia and lime green Ka-Jinker Jems to the top of the apron.


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