A stylish and feminine apron with its sweetheart neckline and seamed bodice will fit beautifully. The circle cut skirt gives this apron a real retro feel. Fun to sew and fun to wear!
The pattern contains PROFESSIONALLY DRAFTED PATTERN PIECES that are tiled for printing. Included also are professionally drafted directions for assembling the pattern tiles. This is not a hand-drawn pattern, but one that includes meticulously detailed instructions and lots of color pictures to guide you through each step.
One size fits most. Finished apron is approximately 30" long with two 28" waist ties.
You will receive:
* Professionally drafted pattern pieces
* 24 Pages of detailed instructions
* 65 Instructional pictures
* Fabric cutting instructions
* Supplies list
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY: I have created a free apron tutorial for someone considering purchasing my patterns. http://www.seasonedhomemaker.com/2012/01/free-clothespin-apron-pattern.html
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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."