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8 Free Apron Sewing Patterns
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8 Free Apron Sewing Patterns
Letter from the Editors
Dear Reader,
If you have ever taken a Home Economics class in high school or tried to learn how to sew, you have
likely tried to make an apron. Aprons are quick, easy and fun projects using a small amount of your
favorite fabric or fabrics. Sewing beginners can start out making a half apron to practice using the
sewing machine, while making something that nearly everyone can use.
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 craft bloggers, independent craft
designers and a few craft manufacturers to give you a nice selection of ideas. If you are new to sewing,
these projects are a perfect way to learn, while the more inexperienced can enjoy a quick project to use
up scrap fabric. These aprons also make great gifts for a variety of occasions.
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8 Free Apron Sewing Patterns
How to Sew a Lined Apron
By: Louise Papas of lululollylegs.blogspot.com
Follow this tutorial to create an easy, lined half-apron for just about anyone, children or adults. This
apron features a contrast lining, a handy pocket, gathering and a waistband. Sew this apron for a gift,
along with a cookbook.
around to the other side of the back so that you
leave a gap for the bow to sit. You don't want it
to cross over at all or the apron will be too big
and won't tie properly.
You then need to add extra to the skirt width to
allow for the gathering. Again this can depend
on how much you want it to gather or how
much fabric you have. You may not want it to
gather at all which would also be fine. Just leave
out Step 4 and cut the skirt the same width as
the waistband.
Then add a seam allowance of 1.5cm.
For the Waistband:
The Basics
Measurements: these are fairly loose and can
depend on how much fabric you have and the
size of the person. I know that sounds vague
but really, as it ties up it can fit lots of different
sizes. I have written metric measurements.
Use the same waist measurement for the length
of the waistband. For the width 4-5cm is plenty
for a child but you may wish to make the adult
one a bit wider - anywhere up to 6-7cm wide.
Again this is personal choice.
Then add a seam allowance of 1.5cm.
You need to cut 1 skirt, 1 skirt lining, 1
waistband, 1 pocket, 1 pocket lining and 2 ties
and 2 tie lining.
Ties and pocket:
For the skirt and skirt lining:
For the pocket it really depends again on how
large the person is and how big you want the
pocket to be. The finished size of this pocket is
15cm. You will cut two pocket pieces - one out
of the lining and one out of the main fabric.
Length: Measure from the waist to the desired
length. I don't like these aprons to be too long -
just above the knee should be perfect.
For the ties you need to make them long
enough to tie and not so long they hang down. I
Width: Measure from one side of the back
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