Eco Chic Apron Pattern

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Eco Chic Apron Pattern Pattern

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Sewing: Eco Chic Apron Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women

Item:

Skirt

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be familiar with your sewing machine and have a basic knowledge of sewing terms.

Pattern Description:

The Eco Chic Apron(c) includes detailed instructions and lots of color pictures guide you through each step. The Eco Chic Apron(c) is simple to sew and budget-friendly. You can make this simple apron using fabric pieces from your stash or even repurposed clothes. It's easy and it's eco-chic. What could be better!


This pattern contains meticulously detailed instructions and lots of color pictures to guide you through each step. The perfect pattern for beginners or anyone who wants something simple and fun to sew.

One size fits most and can easily be modified to fit larger sizes. Finished apron is approximately 19" long with two 30" waist ties.

You will receive:
*15 Pages of detailed instructions
*70 Instructional pictures
*Fabric cutting instructions
*Supplies list

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits most

Materials:

  • You will need two 1/2 yd. pieces of fabric and coordinating thread.

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors, pins, tape measure,

About Designer

About Designer

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For me, sewing was instinctive. My mom loves to sew and both of my grandmothers were extremely talented with all types of sewing. When I was very young, I naturally headed to my mom?s sewing scraps and started making doll clothes. At age 12, I received an inexpensive Singer sewing machine for Christmas. After that, I was making almost all of my clothes. As they say, "The rest was history."

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