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The pattern includes the apron pattern for A4 and US letter size paper.
The ruffle apron is perfect for an afternoon of sewing but it requires some skill and if you are a beginner I would suggest the country apron to begin with then work your way up to this one. Make up a batch for your Christmas Bazaar or Fete. Team up with oven gloves and kitchen towels and it makes a super present or craft project.
The picture on the advertising shot shows an apron made by a course participant who decided to go with just a bound edge and ties for the neck. You choose what you like better the pattern will do both versions.
The fabrics I use are upholstery cottons. They work well because they are firmer and the pattern selection is just wonderful. Its hard to stick to a budget when there are so many to choose from.
Whether you are an expert or just starting out the video tutorial will make it very clear what you have to do. If you are unsure if you can handle this pattern then simply watch the video to reassure yourself before you purchase the pattern. And for all those of you that love to keep all instruction neatly in a folder,my instructions booklet contains page after page with photo's just to make doubly sure you know what to do.
The video instructions for apron can be found here:
This apron is almost too nice to wear just in the kitchen. Try it in all sorts of fabric and become an apron enthusiast....
The pattern is available for immediate download so you can get started straight away.
None of my patterns are multi sized so there is one size per file, this saves a lot of paper and confusion as to which line you have to cut.
Every pattern is hand drafted and then imported into a CAD program to make sure you have a pattern that fits and looks good too! No pattern is automatically graded or computer generated with software.
The 'Frilly Kitchen Apron' pattern pack includes:
A pattern in size S,M &L in PDF format ready to print on regular A4 paper with assembly
Detailed step by step photo tutorial
Detailed video instructions on You Tube http://youtu.be/lC_N2kTXHJ8
To make the apron no serger is necessary.
If you want to reproduce this apron for your own small business I would be delighted.
Please note that the patterns I design are not to be used for larger scale production.
Sewing has always been my hobby and my profession. I first trained as a tailor as a young girl after which I worked for some fabulous designers. To fit work around my son I became a teacher of Textiles and Product Design. When my son finished school and moved to the USA I decided to start my own business and do what I love best; draft patterns and teach beginners and advanced sewers how to ...
Sewing has always been my hobby and my profession. I first trained as a tailor as a young girl after which I worked for some fabulous designers. To fit work around my son I became a teacher of Textiles and Product Design. When my son finished school and moved to the USA I decided to start my own business and do what I love best; draft patterns and teach beginners and advanced sewers how to make their projects look professional. I hope you enjoy my patterns and instruction.