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Urban Chic Apron Pattern

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Urban Chic Apron Pattern
Urban Chic Apron Pattern
Urban Chic Apron Pattern
Urban Chic Apron Pattern
Urban Chic Apron Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Beginner with knowledge of sewing terms

Pattern Description:

The Urban Chic Apron(c) combines retro nostalgia with urban flair. Today's flirty fabrics make this apron a blast to sew and fun to wear. You will want to make one for yourself, your family, and your friends! Wearing the Urban Chic Apron(c) is guaranteed to stir up some sass!

Detailed instructions and lots of color pictures guide you
through each step.

One size fits most and can easily be modified to fit larger sizes. Finished apron is approximately 28.5" long with two 30" waist ties.

You will receive:
*17 Pages of detailed instructions
*50 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

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits most and can easily be modified to fit larger sizes. Finished apron is approximately 28.5" long with two 30" waist ties.

Materials:

  • 1 Yard 100% Cotton Fabric (Main), 3/4 Yard 100% Cotton Fabric (Coordinating), Thread in coordinating color

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 , Fray Check, Unique Stitch Fabric Glue or Glue Pen


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$8.00

Novice
Sewing
Clothing
Petite, Women
Dress
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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 ...

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