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Easy 15 Minute Apron

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Easy 15 Minute Apron
Easy 15 Minute Apron
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If you have 15 minutes to spare, you can make the Easy 15 Minute Apron. This apron, from start to finish, is only 5 short steps. You can go from heap of fabric to cute apron in no time. Pick any fabric for a fantastic and customized look. This tutorial includes information on the correct places to measure to ensure the best fit for your apron. Plus, homemade aprons make amazing gifts for just about any occasion. Whether it is a Christmas gift or a hostess gift, aprons always make cooks smile.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine


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This apron can be made in fifteen minutes if you are an experienced seamstress. The pattern does not give dimensions or a guide to cut by. This is where your experience as a seamstress has to be on point as you measure the size pattern you need based on who the apron is for. Your skills of free hand cutting also has to be ready as you cut the arm hole area. Fun

Very easy instructions. Thank you!

15 minutes? Seriously? Well, maybe if you're Martha Stewart on meth, have a sewing room with everything all set up & ready to use including an ironing board, cutting table with measurements on it, a computer monitor to display the directions, good cutting implements, great lighting......all the bells & whistles. It took me closer to 2 hours to make. Now that I know what I'm doing I expect the 2nd one to go quicker but 15 minutes? Really? I don't think so. P.S. you also forgot to mention adding extra to the measurements for hem allowances.

I LOVEEEEE look of this. I'm fixing to make me one. :@)


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