Adjustable Kitchen Apron


Adjustable Kitchen Apron


Adjustable Kitchen Apron
Adjustable Kitchen Apron

There's no need for multiple aprons when you can make one that serves every chef in your house. Sew an Adjustable Kitchen Apron that you and your husband can share.

This tutorial will show you how to make an apron with a front pocket that can hold your utensils as you walk around your kitchen.

Because the apron size can be adjusted, it's a budget-friendly way to keep your clothes clean while you cook. Sewing aprons doesn't have to be a pain. Check out the free easy sewing tutorial to see how it's done.


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This apron pattern fits everyone in the family, even pregnant daughter in law can keep her clothes splatter-free. I made aprons with matching pot holders for Christmas last year. What a hit! Now for some pretty pastels and Easter prints. Everyone likes the pockets as well as the extra long ties I added.

I have been looking for a apron pattern that can be used by both men and women and I think this will do perfectly. I'm thinking on making aprons for the warm weather that will be here in a few months. This pattern will be great for cookouts, barbeques for families. To have them personalized and even the name embroidered on the pockets would make it really special.

This adjustable unisex apron is perfect! Trendy aprons are popular and of course functional but I find f rilly ruffles on aprons challenging. Only 1 and yard of canvas ticking is needed for this apron and yard for the pocket! Makes for a great gift idea to add wooden spoons to the pocket compartments.

I love this useful chef's apron. Its good for male or female and the simple pockets provide a great place for keeping the utensils handy both in the kitchen and beside the bbq. The instructions are simple and full of clear photos illustrating each step.

Nice pattern, and I like the adjustability around the neck. After looking at a few other designs, I cut this 16" wide on the fold instead of 13", and only partially folded over the selvedge to leave enough room on the side to fussy cut the pocket. Next time I'd fold the channel over 1.25" and sew a 1" or 1-1/8" seam instead of a scant 1" as it is a bit too tight for my webbing.

Thanks, Martin 713! That's a really helpful tip! Kaylee, Editor of

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Hello! Thank you for letting us know. The link has been updated. Enjoy! Kaylee, Editor of AllFreeSewing

I plan to make this apron for a new groom. I purchased a Martha Stewart apron for the bride along with matching kitchen tea towels

easy to undersatnd h i love it

thank you so much for sharing this apron pattern, i can't wait to star


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