Free Pattern Feature: Aprons

Wearing an apron always makes me feel like I’m getting ready to do something special. As an added bonus, I can look extra cute and protect my clothes all at the same time! I’ve found the following apron patterns for both kids and adults that look like they’d make cooking or gardening even more fun.

 

Maureen Cracknell Handmade shares this beautiful apron. She used 5 coordinating fabrics and the final result is so flirty and colorful!

Fabric Lover's Apron from Maureen Cracknell Handmade

 

Making it Fun shows off this cute kid’s apron and chef hat with PDF patterns to download for each. The PDF also includes measurements for an adult apron. This is a nice, basic apron pattern so you could even update it for a guy.

Kid's Apron and Chef Hat at Making it Fun

 

This fun and functional garden apron at Make it Do would make a great gift and could be perfect for some small tools or craft supplies too.

Garden Apron at Make it Do

Garden Apron at Make it Do



And lastly, if you’d like to try your hand at an authentic vintage apron, Tip Nut offers this pattern. It’s from a 1945 pattern booklet from The Spool Cotton Company and even includes a matching cap!

Vintage Apron and Cap at Tip Nut

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  2 comments for “Free Pattern Feature: Aprons

  1. June 27, 2011 at 11:55 am

    Love the aprons! The vintage one is awesome, might put it on my really, really, long to do list :D

  2. July 5, 2011 at 10:41 am

    Thanks for sharing my apron tut!!!

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