Saturday, September 5, 2009

Stylish & Retro - Apron Patterns for Everyday!

We opened our Apron Sewing Patterns section a little over 1 year ago and the verdict is IN! Aprons are as popular today as they've ever been. The variety of apron patterns to choose from is amazing. Creative apron designers are developing apron patterns that highlight their own unique sense of style.

While aprons are still being used to cover up while cooking, crafting, or gardening, the use of aprons has expanded even more in recent years. Today, you'll also see aprons being worn as a stylish layer over t-shirt & jeans. Check out some of our newest apron pattern additions!

The Emmeline Apron Pattern from Sew Liberated is a stylish & modern apron that makes perfect use of today's bold designer fabrics.

This is a reversible apron pattern, so it's like making 2 aprons in 1! You can tie this apron in the back or in the front to change up the look even more. This is a great apron to wear as a stylish cover up in the kitchen or as a trendy fashion layer with jeans out on the town.

Sew Liberated apron patterns include easy to follow instructions with diagrams and photos. Full size pattern pieces are printed on paper.

The Lola Apron Pattern from Sew Liberated is wonderfully retro apron pattern reminiscent of the 50's diner era. This fun retro apron pattern provides instructions for customizing the fit to your unique shape & size. Rick rack and bias tape help to give this apron it's retro appeal.

The daughter version, called the Lolita, is also included. Kid's love baking in the kitchen. Having matching aprons makes it even more fun! The Lolita apron includes sizing for children 3 to 9 years old. This pattern is recommended for crafters with advanced beginner to intermediate sewing skills.

The In-Over-Your-Head Apron Pattern is a new retro smock style apron from Indygo Junction. Pattern includes both the long & short version for sizes Small through 3XL.

The long apron has 2 patch pockets in the front, while the short apron has a row of storage pockets along the hemline. Both versions slip over your head and tie at the back waist.

This retro apron pattern makes perfect use of those fun retro reproduction fabrics you find in quilt shops. Wear this retro smock for a variety of daily household chores, such as cooking, cleaning, sewing, and crafting.

We're adding to our collection of apron sewing patterns from The Apron Lady. The Spring Fling Apron Pattern, designed by Jan Lutz, is "More than just an Apron"!

This is an easy apron pattern, ideal for beginners looking for a simple sewing project. It's so comfortable, you'll want to wear this apron around the house for all of your daily activities.

Select your favorite fabrics to make this apron your own. Try colorful florals, homespun plaids, vintage reproductions, and more. Pattern includes a reversible half apron too!

Apron are easy to sew and fun to wear. Select holiday-themed fabrics and make aprons to wear for special occasions throughout the year! Hand made aprons also make great gifts for giving friends & family.

Visit our Apron Sewing Patterns section for details on these patterns and to see our complete selection of apron patterns.

Shop for your next sewing project at Weekend Kits, including ready to sew projects with patterns, fabric, and instructions. Visit today and be ready to start sewing on your next Weekend at Home!

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