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Child’s Apron Tutorial

Children need aprons for all kinds of things — for painting, working with glue and for helping in the kitchen!  I’ve found a couple very cute aprons and how to make them at Adventures From the Sewing Studio.  Here’s a picture of the finished product and a link to the tutorial.

child's craft apron side one

The pattern is actually reversible, so please follow the link to see the solid color back sides of these cute and very useable aprons.

And while you’re in the mood for sewing aprons, don’t forget to check out SewWithSarah for some other cute apron patterns for mommy, such as the ones pictured here.  There are four pages of craft patterns, including the “Country Apron Twins”, “Vintage Wrap Apron” and the “Patchwork Apron” patterns that are featured below.

Country Twins Apron Pattern

Vintage Wrap Collar Apron

Patchwork Apron Pattern

The patchwork apron gets my vote of approval because I’ve made so many of them with left over scraps from the scrapbox, and they turn out beautifully!

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One Response to “Child’s Apron Tutorial”

  1. Sharon says:

    Thanks for passing along my tute for the children’s craft aprons!

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