from Lou & Moo
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Last year I designed a market apron that we could use at a promotion we were doing at a Shopping Centre. Although it was handy for keeping the cash seperate and keeping our phones and keys on hand, it did have some issues which only became clear when you wore it for a long time. So here it is, redesigned and ready to share.
The Market/Event Apron features four elasticised pockets for cash/coin, you can even seperate your denominations to make it easier. I added elastic to the pockets so it is easier to get your hand in and out, the flat style we had before made it very difficult.
There are two pen holder pockets to each side of the elasticised pockets to keep those pens handy.
The Band features two hidden pockets for phones and keys, so they don't become 'lost' with all the cash.
The band is fabric, not cotton tape, it's width makes it more comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
The Apron itself is interfaced to give it durability when heavy coins start to add up - another issue which we discovered.
Every stall holder will want one for sure!!
You will receive a PDF E Pattern with the instructions in photo form. The pattern is designed for intermediate sewers but if you are a beginner you could probably manage it with some help for the first one.
Materials needed: Approx 1 metre in total of fabric (poplin, homespun, cotton, drill) in two or three contrasts, interfacing and elastic.
Sewing machine can be used to complete but add an overlocker and you will cut at least an hour from your construction time.
I am happy for you to make these aprons to sell HOWEVER you are not allowed to resell the pattern or give it away.
**PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL RECEIVE A PATTERN TO MAKE YOUR OWN MARKET/EVENT APRON. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE AN ACTUAL APRON. THIS LISTING IS FOR MAKING YOUR OWN APRON FOR PERSONAL USE OR TO SELL**
I love to craft just about anything!! I haven't designed in years but my designing mojo is back!! I can sew, knit, crochet, cross stitch -ummmm pretty much anything so expect some variety.