Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone shares a free video demonstrating how she makes a crossed-back harvest apron. You can download the free pattern to print at home here! This apron is not only comfortable but very easy to sew! Two front patch pockets to fill with eggs, veggies, berries, pine cones, etc. Make it reversible! These aprons are also made for children and used as arts and crafts smocks to protect clothing. Aprons can be made out of cottons, canvas, linen, laminated fabrics, unbleached cotton, any sturdy fabric.
Sew an Apron Video Series + FREE PDF Pattern for Beginners!
Sara with Sewing Therapy and Two O’ Nine Fabric Studio from British Columbia CANADA, shares a great beginner sewing video series showing us how to sew aprons in different styles. Aprons make practical, fun-to-sew gifts for everyone that can be easily customized with unique fabric prints for any time of the year and for all ages…
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Watch Debbie Shore as she demonstrates how to sew this beautiful retro-style ruffled kitchen apron. This 50’s style “pinny” will add a sweet accent to any kitchen! No pattern needed, easy to follow and easy to sew any size! Sew an oven glove to make a set. This apron would make a very nice gift for anyone … [ Read More at SWN! ]