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Basic Utility Free Apron Pattern

By: Emily Tarsha from auntieemscrafts.com

Basic Utility Free Apron Pattern
Basic Utility Free Apron Pattern
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This Basic Utility Apron tutorial is a great project for beginners. The apron is the perfect free sewing pattern for day care teachers, craft shows, yard sales, and more! For sewists looking for a smaller apron pattern that's more akin to a fashionable utility belt, you simply cannot go wrong with this free pattern. Chic, stylish, and unobtrusive, it's easy to picture yourself making your way around the kitchen or craft room in this cute little number. Create one for yourself in just a few short hours, then make one as a gift for a friend. 

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Really easy to make and instructions to follow. I made this with my children using some heavier duty fabrics with a gardening theme and they are going to give it as a fathers day present with some new hand gardening tools. It is easy to make changes to the design as we decided to add in an extra layer so that we could have more pockets.

This utility-look apron is perfect for craft shows or garage sales where you want your hands free but need pockets for money, stickers and small items. I made two of contrasting colors so each apron was a flip-flop of the other. The picture of the finished apron and the dimensions were most helpful in deciphering the steps of the tutorial.

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