Chore Girl Apron

from Barbara Brandeburg

Chore Girl Apron Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic garment sewing

Pattern Description:

Make this speedy little gem with quilter style rotary cutting. The instructions have assembly line steps, so you'll be done in a jiffy. We'll tell you when to change thread colors on your sewing machine and when to press, saving steps along the way. It's sized to fit all, with plenty of wrap around room on the sides, so you'll keep the cookie dough off your clothes! You'll have to make several, because it's the perfect gift for your mom, sisters, or girlfriends.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size.


  • 1 yard each - apron fabric and lining (Note: Use a solid similar color lining to avoid print showing through to the front.)
  • 1/4 yard tiny scale print for small flower and large flower back,
  • 1/4 yd. small scale print for neckline ruffle and top ruffle,
  • 1/2 yard medium scale print for ties and middle ruffle,
  • 1/4 yard large scale print for large flower front and bottom ruffle.
  • Yardage Maximizer OPTION - 7/8 yds. each - apron print and lining (cut apron and lining crosswise), 1 yard accent print for all other pieces.

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary cutter, mat, ruler.
  • Thread in apron and accent colors, bodkin or other fabric turning tool, pencil, pins, needle, sissors, optional fabric glue.

About Designer

About Designer

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Twenty years ago I made and sold quilts in a charming little town called Julian, California, which quickly evolved into designing patterns. Applique is my all time favorite, but I can also be seen doing an apron design or craft project too. What a thrilling ride it has been after 20 books and dozens of patterns. My kids and grandkids are my greatest joy, of course...but isn't fabric great?! ...

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