Skirt Apron

Skirt Apron
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Step 1: Getting Started

Aprons are so fun to make any time of year, especially for girls! This cute and simple pattern is a great way to recycle what you may already have on hand to make something new. The best part is there are 3 easy steps and it can be done without sewing!

If you do not have a skirt on hand you can find one at your local thrift store for a fraction of the cost of fabric and elastic- so you will save time and money on this project which is a winner in my book!

This is a perfect project for beginners or those that do not have a lot of time for sewing or maybe already have a large sewing pile!

Difficulty: Easy

Supplies:

Gathered skirt

Scissors

Ribbon

Thread and Sewing machine

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Step 2: Next Step

Instructions:

1.Lay skirt flat and cut sides at the seams- (if there is only one seam then eyeball it for the other side)

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2.Measure and cut evenly space slits on the waistband for ribbon or you can sew ribbon to the waistband. Cut ribbon to desired length (mine measured 1 yard)- remember, you will need enough length to tie around waist and a bow around the back so measure twice and cut once.

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Using your ribbon - weave through the slits on the waistband and pull until even on both sides and until you achieve desired results

Step 3: Finishing Up

3.Now all you have left is to sew the sides of the apron.  You can make this a no sew apron by using seam tape for the side seams or just do quick side seam- whatever works for you. If you decide to sew the sides- do this by folding one side 1/4″ and then again 1/2″. Press with an iron. Repeat for the opposite side

There you have it a super easy, done in minutes- apron pattern!

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About The Author

Jenny Newman is a devoted wife and mother who enjoys creating new projects, patterns, and activities and crafting meaningful home-made treasures.  Her signature crafting style is simple, affordable and fun!  We hope you enjoy Jenny's crafts and patterns as much as we do.