50 + Apron Tutorials for Spring Cleaning

50 + Apron Tutorials for Spring Cleaning

With Spring finally coming around….it can never come to soon around here! Aprons are a must.  They are great to tie on and get to work.

Whether you are finding yourself in the garden- knee deep in dirt,  home- shuffling through all the winter collections, or crafting- where are you going to put all those supplies you need at your fingertips?  Aprons are the best!

Apron Tutorial Round up | Over 50 tutorials collected | patchwork posse #apron #tutorial

I have quite a collection of aprons…each is a little bit different.  I love them all, but I recommend when you find one that you really like to wear to make a bunch in the same style.  So handy to have around!  Use your fabric scraps, vintage fabric or even up cycle a shirt or two to make your apron out of it.

Enjoy over 50 Apron Tutorials to help you find just the right one.

aprontutorial1  repurposed-denim-pant-leg-aprons
apron tutorial for little girls | patchwork posse FushiadotApronPicBlog
Ruffleapronpicture Ruffleaprontutorial
apron3 apron4
flirtyapron2  apron1
annkelle_apron_tutorial_1  valentineapron
 cinderellaapron  apronfullwithpleatpink
 childapron16  pillowcaseapron
 aprontutorial1-400x600  girlyapron
 vintageapron  ruffleapron
 080213-Model  reversiblecafe
 apron5  Aprons_western 009
 pleatedapron  pc+apron6
 hostess apron  apron-040a1-300x198
 flirtyapron  adjustable-apron-4-425
 Ruffled-Toddler-Apron-Tutorial-from-Bombshell-Bling  ladiesday
 Picture 447  halloweenapron1-682x1024
 houseapron  4-quarter-apron-tutorial_thumb[1]
 towell  reversibleapron
 0847-Kitchen_Applique_Apron-1  sep-9-apron-close
 kristatutorial  fullapron
 apron 001_thumb[7]  fullaprontutorial
 t-shirt-apron-mom-back-337x450  handtowel
 tshirt  teatowel
 finished apron  rufflesandbuttons
 apronsquared  apron frame
 apron4-1  apron51
 apron2  feedsack
 gatheringapron  titlepic__jpg_600x600_q85
 yellow apron and banana cream pie 9 (18)_edited-1  scallop
 WWMAR05 PGS.06-07  aprongathered
 strawberrypocket  jedicraftgirl
 IMG_0346  apron2-1

What’s your favorite apron or style of apron?

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  1. […] materials needed: 2 half yard pieces of co-ordinating fabrics 2 big buttons Cut: 1 square 16X16 inches. This is going to be the center of the apron. 2 strips: 1 is going to be 3 X 16 and the other is 3 X 18 1/2 inches. 1 big square 18 1/2 X 18 1/2 square for the back. neck strap: 2 strips 1 and 1/2 inch X 18 long. pocket: 2 6 inch squares. one front and one back fabric. tie strips: 4 strips 3 X 18 inches Step 1: Sew the 3X16 inch strip to one side of the center square. Iron. Sew the other 3 X 18 1/2 inch strip to the corner. The 2 strips will be touching at the end. Step 2: Cut 4 strips –3 X 18 (you could make this longer if you would like). layer 2 of the strips right sides together. At the end of the strap fold over one corner to meet the side. Press this to get a crease line. Then sew down each side and at the end stitch on the pressed line. This will give you a cute pointed end on the strap.   Trim the corner and extra fabric. Turn right sides out and press flat.    yay- cute straps!!! Step 3: Pin straps to the top of the sewed on strip. I used 2 pins so they wouldn’t shift. Repeat for other strap.  Layer the big 18 1/2 Square back fabric right sides together with the front. Sew all the way around leaving a gap to turn. Make sure you don’t sew those strap ends into the edge!! Trim the points, and turn it. Poke the points out and iron it. Make sure you iron the turning hole also. This will get sewn closed in the next step. Step 4: Sew all the way around the apron 1/8 of an inch from the edge. This will keep the apron straight when you wash it plus it will close the turning hole. If you would like you can do an second stitch 1/4 inch inside of that one for a double stitch. Cute.  Step 5: Take the corner opposite of the pieced corner and fold it down 6 inches. Measure on the edge when turning. You will be folding the back of the apron to the front. Pin in place so it doesn’t move.   Take one button and place in the corner. Then stitch in place. Step 6: The neck strap. Take your 2 strips for the neck- lay right sides together and sew around both edges and one end. Trim your corners and turn right sides out. Iron it flat. Tuck the one unfinished edge inside the strap and iron down. Then sew across the opening. The strap ends are then pinned to the top of the apron, just below the flap. Sew a little rectangle to get that strength at the ends. Repeat for the other side, making sure you don’t twist it!   Step 7: Pocket. Layer the 2 squares right sides together. Sew all the way around leaving just a bit of space to turn it right sides out. Trim the corners and turn it right sides out. Iron flat and stitch again all the way around 1/8″ for a nice finished edge. Take one corner and pull the back to the front —just like the apron body—. You may choose to match the apron body fabric or to make it the constrasting back. Pin in place and pick a spot for the button. Sew in place. Step 8: Pin the pocket just above the bottom sash. Sew all the way around the pocket leaving just the top flap open for little hands to get in.     You are finished. Wasn’t that easy? Little fabric, little effort….big reward!! Wrap it with some little cooking goodies and there ya go. If you end up making one please share some pics!! edit: i didn’t mention the size. this is for a 4-7 year old. My youngest was the model…. no pics. You could easily start the center at a larger size and then follow the instructions for the construction. […]

  2. nasrin

    18 May

    I like all of your aprons .

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