When I cook in my kitchen, I am always searching for a kitchen towel. To make life easier, I decided to make an apron that incorporated a kitchen towel and developed this pattern. It has become my favorite apron, because it is so handy to "wear" your towel and always have it at hand.
Now you too can have a kitchen towel within your reach because the towel is the base for your fun new apron. This is a fast and easy pattern to make. The apron is a great gift idea and can be personalized for almost any occasion. It is the perfect gift idea for those hard-to-shop for people on your gift and easy to personalize through your fabric selections. The apron can also be made with a woven cotton kitchen towel, but I prefer the terry cloth towel because of the body and absorbency it provides. The jumbo rickrack is a fun accent and perfect trim for this pattern. The pattern provides detailed instructions and illustrations that walk you through the apron's construction, step by step. Included are two versions for the waistband as well as a pattern for an optional pocket. Notice: The pattern listed, including images, is copyrighted by Rick Rack and Polka Dots.com. It is against copyright laws to copy and resell this pattern. This pattern is intended for personal use only and may not be reproduced in any form without written permision from Rick Rack and Polka Dots.
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Ever since I was a little girl, my passion has been sewing. I love to work with fabric and enjoy quilting, embroidery, as well as garment sewing. My goal is to provide easy-to-follow patterns that ...
Ever since I was a little girl, my passion has been sewing. I love to work with fabric and enjoy quilting, embroidery, as well as garment sewing. My goal is to provide easy-to-follow patterns that are fun to make, informative, and "simply sewn". I like to share ideas and projects on my blog at rickrackandpolkadots.com as well as through my patterns and the classes I teach. Thank you for your interest.View all patterns by designer (10) »