Free Apron Patterns - Over 190 designs!
191 of the best free Apron Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
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Kid's Sweater Apron
Green Kitchen
One-yard Half
Apron
My Birdhouse
Gardener's Apron
Sew Mama Sew
Sunkissed Aprons
Moda Bake Shop
Piece of Cake Apron
Moda Bake Shop
Sweet Ruffle Apron
Sew Mama Sew
Quilt Story Apron
Moda Bake Shop
Child's Apron
Moda Bake Shop
Halloween Hostess
Apron
Moda Bake Shop
Reversible Apron
Threads Magazine
Spring Apron
Crafty Staci
3 Apron Patterns
Threads Magazine
Full Apron
Sugar Bee Crafts
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Let’s make Aprons! Here you’ll find over one hundred and ninety free apron patterns and tutorials collected from all
over the web. And so many styles to choose from! Sew full aprons, half aprons, retro & vintage aprons, smock
aprons, craft aprons, child and adult aprons, gathering aprons, bib aprons, aprons with pockets, and simple or
elegant aprons. And all of these pages show you just how pretty and fun aprons can be - both to make and to wear!

And because an apron often consists of simple shapes and is quick to make, it would make an excellent first project
for someone just learning how to sew. The beginner will be able to whip an apron up in almost no time, and be able
to have the satisfaction of a completed project. Plus an apron can be made from a medium-weight broadcloth fabric,
which is a fabric that's easy for a beginner to work with.

And just a reminder: If you’ll be making your apron from several different fabrics and you plan to launder your
finished apron (which is likely), test each of your fabrics for colorfastness. To do this, submerge each fabric
individually in the same water temperature and detergent in which you plan to wash your finished apron. If the
water turns color or if any dye comes off when you press the wet fabric between layers of a white towel, then your
fabric isn’t colorfast. If this is the case, you may want to choose different fabrics.