Summertime Aprons: DIY Apron Patterns for Women

Around holiday season, free apron patterns to sew are in high demand. If you’re spending hours in the kitchen baking endless amounts of Christmas cookies, you need the proper apron. But recently I realized the summertime is seriously neglected in terms of DIY apron sewing. Whether you’re slaving away in the kitchen baking refreshing treats or playing grill-master in the backyard, summer calls for the perfect apron sewing pattern too.

I’m about to show you a bunch of free apron patterns so cute, you’ll be dying to cook, bake or grill something. Seriously, throw one of these little numbers on the least-likely chef and they’ll suddenly transform from microwave diner to preparing gourmet meals! (Disclaimer: These free sewing apron patterns may not improve cooking skills. They will however help keep you clean and stylish while in the kitchen).


Pleated Apron With Built In Hot Pads: Discover how to make an apron with the hot pads built right in into it. It’s one genius idea we definitely stand behind.

Ten Minute Pillowcase Apron:  Believe it or not, this cute and useful apron sewing pattern only takes a few minutes to create. Make several in one sitting for that upcoming cookie baking party.

The Domesticated Skirt: It’s a skirt, it’s an apron, it’s pretty darn adorable. Follow this tutorial and learn how to make an apron you’ll want to live in this summer.



Betty Draper Inspired Hostess Apron: Calling all Mad Men fans! If you’re always wanted to get that Betty Draper look, here’s your chance. Play the part of perfect hostess in this lovely DIY apron.

Easy Ruffle Apron: Add ruffles to anything and you’ve got instant flair. This easy apron sewing pattern will help you create a pretty and feminine apron.

Patriotic Summer Ruffles Set Apron: Grab fabric in your favorite colors and easily create this fun apron set.


For even more apron ideas, check out 15 Free Sewing Apron Patterns collection.

Which of these apron patterns do you like best?



  1. Deb says

    Sorry, every one of your links came up with message “Sorry file could not be found” hope you can correct it.

  2. Maggie says

    Hi Deb,
    Sorry for the inconvenience. We’ll fix it right away. Thanks so much for catching it!

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