Reversible Pinafore Apron with Deep Pockets

By: Kristin Omdahl form
Reversible Pinafore Apron with Deep Pockets
Reversible Pinafore Apron with Deep Pockets
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From the Blogger: "Pinafore aprons are a great tool regardless of your craft! Whether you like cooking, baking, gardening, woodworking, or dyeing yarn, chances are your wardrobe would benefit from an apron. Pinafore aprons are created similarly to a mobius: the straps are strategically twisted and secured so the fitted apron is one continuous facing fabric. Fascinating! I chose to line the apron with a secondary print so it would be reversible. But I also added deep pockets on both sides, so it is just as handy and functional despite which side you are showing off."

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What a great idea to make your apron reversible and I love the idea of the deep pockets on both sides that way if you get tired of the fabric and want a change or get it dirty you just turn it around. These aprons can be used for many things and the pockets come in handy for carrying alot in and I love that the straps do not need a button because me and buttonholes do not get along. These will make some great gifts too. So simple and fast. Nice tutorial. Thanks.


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