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Girl Gingerbread, Snowman & Plain Aprons

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PATTERN DETAILS

This adorable knot apron is so cute and easy to make! It can be made in the gingerbread girl, snowman and plain styles. Buttonholes are sewn to the top of the bib and the top of the sides. Insert 1 1/2" grosgrain ribbon through the buttonholes and knot ends in front to attach the neck strap and waist ties. The neck strap can be adjusted as the child grows. If you prefer not to make buttonholes, you can fold the raw ends of the ribbon over and simply sew the folded ribbon ends to the apron at the placement of the buttonholes. Medium weight cotton fabrics were used for the sample aprons. This eight page PDF e-pattern includes pattern for bib, measurements for skirt rectangles, detailed materials list, clear instructions written in English (including how-to-make yo-yos for gingerbread girl and snowman faces) and step-by-step photographs. Finished aprons made from this pattern can be sold in limited quantities. No mass production allowed. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Instructions are included to make the apron in three children's sizes - 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 5/8 yard for apron bib, skirt & lining, 3/8 yard for gathered top skirt, 5" x 9" rectangle for cheek yo-yos,
  • 4" x 4" square for snowman nose yo-yo
  • PLAIN APRON - 44/45" Cotton solid or print fabrics - 1/4 yard for apron bib/lining, 1/2 yard for apron skirt/

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