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Sewing Tutorial: Reversible Child's Craft Apron

Sewing Tutorial: Reversible Child's Craft Apron

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Published by SharonSews
Easy to sew reversible child's craft apron
http://sharonsews.blogspot.com © 2009
Easy to sew reversible child's craft apron
http://sharonsews.blogspot.com © 2009

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05/10/2014

 
Child
s Reversible Craft Apron
by Sharon Madsenhttp://sharonsews.blogspot.com © 2009
Sizing:
 
This fits approximately size 2 to size 6.
Materials:
 
1/2 yard for each apron side
4-1/2 yards bias tape
Thread
Paper to draw apron pattern
Create the paper pattern
 
To create the apron body pattern: 
Draw a rectangle 14" (long) x 9" (wide)
Mark the left side as the center front.
Measure in 3-1/2" along the top edge and make a mark.
 
Measure down 4-1/2" along the right side edge and makea mark.
 
Draw a curved line connecting the two marks you made.
 
If you want, curve the bottom corner. I used a dinnerplate as a guide for the curve.
 
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Child
s Reversible Craft Apronhttp://sharonsews.blogspot.com © 2009
Apron body
An oh-so-simple tosew child’s reversiblecraft apron.Use one side as acraft apron; flip it overand it becomes alittle kitchen helper’sapron.
These aprons were sewn as gifts for a friend’s two little ones. I tucked crayons, colored pencils and stickers into the pockets.The toddlers loved their new aprons so much that after they each drew me a thank you picture they proceeded to wear theaprons for the rest of the day.Sew your little one an apron today and then sit back and watch them happily begin their creative journey.
 
Sew the apron
 
Cut out pattern pieces 
Remember! Place center fronts on the fold of the fabric.
Cut 1 apron and 1 pocket from fabric number one.
Cut 2 apron and 1 pocket from fabric number two.
Make 4-1/2 yards of bias tape or use purchased bias fold tape.
Apron side one 
Apply bias tape along the 18” ( top edge) of pocket.
If you're unsure how to apply bias tape, check out videos on YouTube, like thisone.
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s Reversible Craft Apronhttp://sharonsews.blogspot.com © 2009
With right sides facing up, place pocket on top of apron matching bottom edges. (The wrong sideof the pocket will be against the right side of the apron.) Pin.
Hand or machine baste the pocket to the apron along the outer edges, leaving upper edge free(the edge with the bias binding.)
Machine stitch along stitch lines on pocket, securing the pocket to the apron.
Apron side two 
Repeat steps for the reverse side of the apron.
Join apron front and back 
With wrong sides together, match the raw edges of the two aprons. Pin.
Hand or machine baste the aprons together close to raw edges.
To create the apron pocket pattern 
Draw a rectangle 7-1/2” (long) by 9” (wide)
Make a vertical line 6” in from right side connectingthe top and bottom lines. This is the stitching line thatforms three pockets.
Don’t forget to curve the bottom of the pocket if youcurved the apron.
Apply bias tape along the 18” edge of each pocket 

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