Top 7 Apron Sewing Patterns & Inspirations

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I finally did it.  I purchased my very own sewing machine! More on it later as I get it out of the box and learn how to turn it on. In the meantime I ordered a bunch of fabric and I have been busy planning away my projects. To kick it off, I really want to make an apron. I cook every day, but still do not have one. So, I high and low and came up with my top 7 inspirations for creating my very own apron. Some of these sites even have tutorials to make it easier for the novice seamstress like me!

1. Anthro Knock-Off Apron by Blue Robin Cottage – I LOVE this one! so cute with the ruffles on the bodice and edges plus the mustard color is perfect.  I know this one was designed for a child, but make it into an adult size and I would wear it :)

2.Flirty Apron Tutorial from Dating Divas – This looks like a great one for a beginner like me.  Kristen gives a great, full blown tutorial with pictures to show exactly how it is made.

3. Simple Apron Pattern from Sugar Bee Crafts – So cute, especially in this amazing chicken print fabric!

4. Super cute apron from Alyssa B Young – I know for my first apron I want a full body one, but in the future I plan to make a cute little half apron like this too.  Love the fabric choices!

5. Apron Pattern from the Crafts Department at Martha Stewart created by Ink & Spindle – My favorite.  This site has a great tutorial and I love the amount of coverage this apron provides for both cooking & crafts.

6. Amy’s Apron Tutorial from Wholly Kao – I love how classy this apron feels and heart shaped neckline gives it a sweet appeal. The fabric adds to the overall look and makes for a perfect little apron. She has a great tutorial you can download too for help in making this design.

7. – Not a DIY diva?  No problem!  At you can buy a really cute aprons and they have quite a few designs to choose from.  I love this cherry print one!

red cherry front with bow


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