Flirty Chic Apron Pattern

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Flirty Chic Apron Pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Women, Petite



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Beginner sewing skills with knowledge of terms.

Pattern Description:

If you are a sewing novice then this is the perfect apron tutorial for you to expand your skills. I've included detailed instructions and tons of pictures that will guide you step by step in creating your own Flirty Chic Apron. This pattern will help you learn some sewing basics like gathering and attaching rickrack. Imagine the unlimited possibilities for creating unique and individual aprons for family and friends.

One size fits most and can easily be modified to fit larger sizes. Finished apron is approximately 28" long with two 29" waist ties.

You will receive:
*17 Pages of detailed instructions
*Detailed about instructions
*Over 60 Instructional pictures
*Fabric cutting instructions
*Supplies list
*Both US and Metric measurements included

TRY BEFORE YOU BUY: I have created a free apron tutorial for someone considering purchasing my patterns.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • This style is sized for ready to wear sizes 2-14.


  • 3/4 Yd. (.70m) 100% Cotton Fabric (Main), 3/4 Yd. (.70m) 100% Cotton Fabric (Coordinating), 1/3 Yd. (.30m) 100% Cotton Fabric (Trim), Thread in coordinating color, 1 Package Jumbo Rick Rack (Optional)

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors,* Water Soluble Pen, Pins, Measuring Tape, Ruler or Yardstick, Sewing Machine, Iron and Ironing Board Optional Tools: Rotary Cutting Wheel, Self-healing cutting mat, Quilter??s Ruler, Serger, Dritz Loop Turner, Fray Check, Heavy Duty Jeans Needle

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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