20 Minute Reversible Apron


20 Minute Reversible Apron

20 Minute Reversible Apron
20 Minute Reversible Apron

Create an easy gift for your child with the 20 Minute Reversible Apron. This apron sewing pattern is a quick and easy project that your kids will love to wear. When your kids receive their adorable reversible aprons, they will be so eager to find opportunities to use them. It's a win-win situation because your kids will want to wear their adorable aprons, and you won't have to worry about ruined clothes. Keep your kids' clothing protected and inspire their creativity when you give them fun reversible aprons.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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I am not an apron person but I do remember we had sewing class in junior high school and the first thing we were taught was how to make an apron. It was a really easy project for a group of girls.

Oh, how I love aprons for children! This reversible apron pattern is just right for little spillers and experimenter cooks. After you turn up the pockets, sew vertically through all thicknesses to make separate pocket sections. If you use vinyl or scraps of outdoor sunbrella type fabric on one side, the apron will be waterproof. My children wore waterproof aprons when they did watercolors and finger painting.

Using the bias tape for the drawstring and arm area casing is a great way to tackle two things at once! And turning the bottom up to make pockets solves the hem thing while making it practical too! For older kids, I would use three dish towels, sewing two long side from neck,down, and then another side ways for the pocket area! These are so clever!

Oh my! Those aprons look so adorable and they are really look cute on the kids! My boy loves to cook, well helping me messing around in the kitchen probably a better way to explain cook. We used chef as his birthday party theme. My mom sewed these aprons for all our little guests. They were so excited to wear it! )

Who would have known that a dish towel and some bias tape would make such a pretty and easy apron for kids. I am doing some summer projects with grand kids and could not find one on hand so they would not get their clothes dirty with glue and paint. Must make one for each of them and can make them quick with this tutorial. What size of towel do you need to use for a size boys 16-18?


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