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Girls' Club Apron Vintage Style s-3x


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This apron pattern is rated as intermediate. The bodice is fully lined, the skirt is sewn with French seams. Buttonholes are optional. The pattern has step by step directions using illustrations (line drawings), not photographs. Protect your clothing in style. The apron is as functional as it is adorable. Suggested fabrics are cotton sheeting, quilting cotton, twill or broadcloth. It is sized for lightweight wovens. The size chart, fabric requirements and a list of notions are given in the last photo. You will need to be familiar with handstitching as the lining is sewn by hand to the bodice. If you are looking for a dress pattern (not an apron) do not purchase this listing. I have dress patterns in my shop from NB- Women's 3x. No embroidery or transfer files are included. This listing is for the apron pattern only. This is a downloadable sewing pattern for an apron. You will need a PDF reader to open it. You get sizes S/M, LXL, and 2x-3x in one. The pattern supports layers in Adobe Reader so you can print just the size you want. You may use my patterns to make items for sale in small quantities, less than 100 per year. I would appreciate credit for the pattern if you are so inclined. There are no refunds on pdf patterns under any circumstances. Please be sure to read and ask questions before you buy. This listing is for a pdf pattern in women's sizes S-3X, not a finished product.

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You may see all of my pattern designs at All of my patterns are organized into categories and the links will take you here to purchase. My sales prices are exclusively on Craftsy. I began sewing as a child. Eventually, friends and family encouraged me to sell clothing. From there, I began to design my own patterns. Additionally, I have taught beginner and intermediate sewing and pattern making. When I am not drafting and testing patterns, I also offer custom labels and printing for other small businesses. My sewing and label making businesses are known as "Designing Twining" on the web, Facebook and Etsy. Interested in sewing classes? Visit