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2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : 2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron
2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron peter pan collar version
2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron reversible version
2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron perter pan with lace trim
2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron peter pan with ribbon ties
2 in 1 Peter Pan & Reversible Apron both sides of a reversible version

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • If you know how to sew, you will be able to make this apron.
  • There are detailed printing instructions to make this into a nice booklet to use and keep.

Pattern Description:

I wanted an apron with a collar for myself because I am usually wearing a tee shirt in the Summer or a long sleeved sweater in the Winter. This way, I can get a little dressed up while I am in the kitchen. I brought a couple of my new aprons to Seattle for Thanksgiving, and had to leave them behind because my sister and my mom claimed them. I think they will be popular gifts for you too!

Watch my blog for the sew along. I will be going into great detail there and showing more photos than could fit into the pattern.

The other collar options are coming on a separate pattern because that apron comes together in 3 parts plus the collar, whereas this one is a 1 part apron plus the collar.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits most adults.

Materials:

  • Unlined Apron: 1 yard fabric
  • Optional 1/2 yard contrasting collar fabric
  • Lined or reversible apron: 2 yards of fabric
  • Both versions require 13" of lightweight interfacting for the collar.

You Will Also Need:

  • Closure for Peter Pan Collar Apron: either 20 inches of ribbon or a 1/2 inch button and some embroidery floss
  • Closure for reversible apron: One 3/4 inch button


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Like so many sewists I know, I have been sewing since the age of 6. I started at my mother's feet, fashioning her scraps into doll clothes. By age 16, I was spending Summers sewing my wardrobe for ...

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