Felicity Lapover Yoke Apron Pattern ©

from Nancy Crenshaw

Felicity Lapover Yoke Apron Pattern © Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

This is a fun, quick-to-make pattern that is flattering to any body type and includes two really cute pocket options.

Don't worry if you are a new sewist. Instructions are detailed, simple to follow and include several pictures- and your questions are always welcome!

All in all, this pattern is uniquely styled and easy on your time as well as your budget.

I would love to see your adorable apron made from this pattern posted here!

Happy Sewing from Nancy at Felicity Patterns :)


Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished dimensions are approximately 25" from the top of the 'V' of the yoke to hemline, 11" across the bust line, and 28" around the waist with two 40" waist ties.


  • 1 yard of main fabric for the apron, 1/4 yard of coordinating fabric for yoke and pocket, 1/4 yd medium weight interfacing (fusible or sew-in)
  • 1 pkg 1/4" double fold bias tape, 1 pkg extra wide (1/2") double fold bias tape

You Will Also Need:

  • Inexpensive copy paper and tape for printing the pattern.

About Designer

About Designer

Nancy Crenshaw on craftsy.com

A couple of years ago I got interested in reversible Christmas/Thanksgiving aprons which got me hooked on apron designing. I'm working on another pattern to put into PDF for downloading here on Craftsy.

I started a small business (Felicity) and have more work than I can handle, and love, love, LOVE IT!!! I also enjoy making bags and have a couple of patterns that I will add to My Craftsy ...

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