Upcycled Button-Down Apron

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Upcycled Button-Down Apron
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You don't have to spend a lot of money to add a sweet, feminine apron to your kitchen attire. This Upcycled Button-Down Apron is made from a recycled men's dress shirt that you can find for pennies at your local thrift store. The added ruffles and front pocket make this easy apron pattern so adorable that you won't want to splash any food on it! Plus, this upcycled sewing project is easy enough for a beginner to tackle. Grab the cutest men's shirt you can find and get sewing to create this perfectly pretty DIY apron!

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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