Child’s Reversible Apron (Age 3-6 yrs.)

I was asked to make a few aprons for my daughter’s preschool for painting and other such messy, crafty activities. I had so much fun creating these little reversible aprons I decided to share the pattern and tutorial with you!  I hope you enjoy and feel free to share with others!

XOXO-Christen Noelle

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You will need:

Printed Pattern, Fabric, Pins, Sewing Scissors, Ruler, 3 yrds. Bias Tape or Quilt Binding.

Directions:

1.Print PDF Pattern HERE. Tape piece A & B together.

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2. Fold chosen fabric in half lengthwise and place pattern, as indicated, along center fold of fabric and pin edges down.

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3. Cut fabric along pattern edge for both front and back.

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4. Place wrong sides of fabric together. Pin bias tape along top neckline and bottom of apron, paying close attention to curved hem.

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5. Top stitch bias tape.

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6. Fold remaining bias tape in half and measure 7 1/2″ from fold and mark (this allows for a 17″ opening that slips over child’s head). Pin bias tape along armhole.

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7. Top stitch bias tape beginning at one end of sash continuing to the other end of sash.
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8. Finished Apron!
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