Half Apron Sewing Pattern DIY
This DIY half apron sewing pattern shows you how to make a half apron, complete with ruffles and reversible design. The pattern is super simple and quick — perfect for beginners or even for your first project. The apron is gathered around the waist-band, has a ruffled edge, and is reversible. half apron sewing pattern is available for commercial use, so make these aprons and sell them in your shop!
The half apron pattern includes 23 pages of easy step-by-step instructions, with endless pictures and fundamental sewing tips along the way. The pattern was created with beginner sewers in mind, though it’s well suited for all skill levels. You’ll use techniques like gathering, making ruffles, and hand slip stitch. Like all of my patterns, this half apron pattern has been thoroughly user-tested to make sure it’s very easy to use. The pattern is priced at $6.
► Half apron measures 18″ long and 22″ across at the widest point
► Apron is reversible
► Print the pattern on your home printer on 8.5″ x 11″ or A4 paper
► Pattern includes 23 page of instructions and user-friendly design
► Aprons made with this pattern are available for commercial use
► Sewing skill level: Beginner (see below for specific skills used)
► 1/2 yard of woven fabric for apron front (45″ wide) like this linen fabric
► 1/2 yard of woven fabric for apron back (45″ wide) like this linen fabric
► 2/3 yard of woven fabric for ruffle/tie (45″ wide) like this linen fabric
► OPTIONAL: 1/2 yard of medium fusible interfacing (45″ wide) for sheerer main fabrics
► notions: thread, scissors, tailors chalk, pins, needle
► tools: home printer & 8.5″ x 11″ or A4 paper, sewing machine
► Gathering Fabric to make ruffled edge
► Basic sewing machine straight stitching
► Slipstitch handstitch
SEW THESE AND SELL THEM IN YOUR SHOP
Aprons made using this pattern can be sold in your own shop. If you decide you want to sell the finished aprons, just please add a small pattern credit to “I Make It You Make It” to your item description.