You can keep your clothes clean and make a stylish statement at the same time by sewing your own apron with these free patterns. Choose novelty printed fabric, add ruffles, frills, appliques or trims that make a statement. Have an apron ready for every holiday simply by making holiday fabric choices. Personalized aprons also make a cute housewarming gift!
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This simple to sew apron is a great way to avoid adding "fluff" to a waistline while still protecting your clothing. Pleats add shape without the extra space that gathers can add on a waistline and the step by step directions are easy to follow.
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This apron makes a great gift and can be made in any fabric for a fun theme. A great hostess gift for any BBQ host! Make a chef hat to match for the BBQ chef in your family. Novelty print fabric such as flames or hot peppers makes a great gift!
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This apron features a full apron with a bib front and ruffles on the shoulders. The free pattern and directions offer full how to construction details with photos to accompany the instructions.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Everyone is always looking for a quick project to spiff up a kitchen. Here's free directions and a pattern to sew a dish liquid bottle apron that can be made to match any decor! This one is a great addition to a housewarming gift basket or to match your simple kitchen curtains.
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This simple apron brings recycling to a new height! Trim and an applique make this an adorable apron that made from fabric you probably have sitting in a dresser drawer!
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Step back in time to some wonderful and useful apron patterns!
Choose from these retro aprons:
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Bread Baking Guide created a list of 10 aprons perfect for when you're ready to bake bread.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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All little ones love to help in the kitchen....but even just licking the beater can be a messy proposition. Make this little one's apron so they stay clean while they are "helping."
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An apron that is not to be missed! It's made of a durable denim and it's adorable because of the ruffle and trim. The pockets are not only cute, they're functional as well. Use outgrown jeans to make a great gift for a child just learning cooking skills. You might even want to make a special matching binder cover for them to collect recipes.