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Doll Apron

Doll Apron

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These itty bitty aprons will be a hit with the younger crowd! Sew up some chic aprons for their dolls using small scraps of fabric. The design was created to help little hands be able to put on the aprons themselves! Enjoy this quick project!
These itty bitty aprons will be a hit with the younger crowd! Sew up some chic aprons for their dolls using small scraps of fabric. The design was created to help little hands be able to put on the aprons themselves! Enjoy this quick project!

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Published by: BrassyApple on Jun 15, 2010
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You know I love aprons...and these itty bittyversions are just DARLING, sew up superquick, and hardly take any fabric!! G
reat use for the scrap pile you have beenaccumulating.Sometimes little hands have a hard time withdoll clothes. I designed this doll apron tomake it not only easy to construct but hopefully easy for little hands to dress up their dolls on their own!
If you stitch up some of these little cutiesplease share your photos in theBrassy AppleFlickr Group!
Materials:
 fabricthreadpinsscissorstulle (optional)elastic rope (or an elastic hair tie)fabric adhesive
 
STEP 1: Cut out the 2 pattern pieces below.STEP 2: Place the BODY of Apron piece onyour fabric. Pin in place and cut 2. Or Foldyour fabric in half and cut 2 at the same time.STEP 3: Cut 1 piece of elastic rope 4" long.Cut another piece 3" long. You can alsosubstitute an elastic hair rubber band and usethat. Just cut off the metal part.STEP 4: POCKETS - Use a small square of afabric adhesive like Heat n' bond on the fabricfor the pockets, trace the pockets and then cutthem out.STEP 5: Take one of the BODY of Apronpieces cut from the fabric and place thepockets about 3" down from the top. This willbe the front. Iron the pockets on according tothe package directions.
 
STEP 6: Attaching the neck strap - Place the4" piece of elastic onto the top of the apron aspictured below. Using a sewing machine,secure the ends of the elastic in place withshort forward and backward stitches.STEP 7 - attaching the waistband loop - Placethe 3" piece of elastic on the top side of thefront of the apron and just below one of thewaist corners (see the picture below). Secure just 1 END in place using the same method asinstructed above.STEP 8: Place the second BODY of Apronpiece on top of the other with right sidestogether. Pin together on 3 sides (see photobelow).Sew the apron together on the 3 pinned sidesand stop as directed below.

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