Cooking Companion- Cooking/Craft Apron

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Cooking Companion- Cooking/Craft Apron Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Kitchen Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Sewing Skills such as straight stitch
  • Gathering Ruffles
  • Rotary Cutting Skills

Pattern Description:

Introducing the Cooking Companion, a cute cooking or crafting apron pattern for women from Little Lambs! This apron has a waistband just below the bust, three full ruffles at the bottom, and a matching flower embellishment. The pattern includes detailed instructions and full size patterns for the apron bodice and flower. Rotary cutting techniques are used for the apron bottom, ruffles, and ties. The Cooking Companion is a fun and fashionable apron to cook with!

Fits most; finished size is 21" wide x 31" long.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 21" w x 31" long


  • 3/4 yard main cotton fabric for apron front, flower, and middle ruffle
  • 1 1/2 yards contrasting cotton fabric for apron ties, flower, two ruffles, and apron lining

You Will Also Need:

  • 1" button for flower center
  • *optional* alligator clip for removable flower
  • matching thread
  • rotary cutter, ruler, and mat

About Designer

About Designer

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I am a busy wife and mom of 4 and I LOVE designing fun, creative, and useful sewing patterns! I am inspired from my surroundings- mostly from the trenches of daily mommy life :) but also from things I commonly use myself or see others getting use from. It is my goal to provide clear and thorough sewing patterns so that you can use and enjoy them in your everyday life, too!

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