Pioneer Free Apron Pattern

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Pioneer Free Apron Pattern
Pioneer Free Apron Pattern
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Not all free apron patterns are created equally and this how to make an apron pattern is entirely unique. The Pioneer Free Apron Pattern is a sewing project for beginners that is so old-school that you will feel like Laura Ingalls Wilder when you wear it while cooking. This vintage sewing pattern was designed to look like the long apron patterns of the pioneer days and is surprisingly easy. It would make a fabulous DIY Halloween costume or a great addition to Pioneer Days. This pattern uses just over a yard of cotton fabric and will take you several hours to sew.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine


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I am looking for a snap or button down apron pattern it's sleeveless has pockets and slips on like a jacket .

Thank you for this free pattern for a pioneer apron. Its simple to make and adjust to fit any size. The look is perfect for costumes for pioneer girls in a school play, or wear it when you go to a re-enactment outing. Add another pocket, or make the pocket larger if you wish.


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