Amy Butler Domestic Goddess Apron Pattern
Amy Butler's new Apron Sewing Pattern features 3 modern apron designs for you to make your own Domestic Goddess aprons. This pattern includes the half apron, pleated-bodice full apron, and split-bodice full apron styles.
Fabric requirements are given for 3 apron lengths, including short, mid-length, and long. These figure flattering styles are both functional and fashionable!
Wear your apron to keep your clothes clean while cooking, cleaning, or crafting. Dress up a favorite pair of jeans and t-shirt for a casual evening with friends.
Indygo Junction Apron Sewing Patterns
The Lucy & June Retro Apron Pattern is a retro style apron design by Jennifer Edington. You'll have a number of options to choose from with this versatile apron pattern, including four neckline, two hemline, and eight pocket design options.
This apron ties at the back for a completely adjustable fit. A bias tape finish completes the look. This is the perfect apron pattern for those fun retro style fabrics.
You can make a matching apron for your daughter or granddaughter with the Jane & Sally Retro Apron Pattern. This sweet retro style apron for kids includes a big sister version that slips over the head and a little sister version that has a velcro-type fastener at the neck.
You'll choose from 2 hemline and 8 pocket design options. The bias tape finish gives a look reminiscent of the 40's-50' era. Kid's will enjoy cooking and baking in an apron made just for them!
Visit the Apron Sewing Patterns section to see our entire selection of apron patterns. You'll find a range of apron designs from a variety of popular apron designers, including The Apron Lady Designs, Vanilla House Designs, Paisley Pincushion, Threaded Pear Studio, and Taylor Made Designs.
Making aprons is a fun and creative way to spend your time. Many apron patterns use minimal pattern pieces and basic sewing construction, making them an ideal first project for beginners to learn to sew.
Visit Weekend Kits to choose your favorite apron patterns and be ready to make an apron or two on your next Weekend at Home!
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