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!
You will need:
Printed Pattern, Fabric, Pins, Sewing Scissors, Ruler, 3 yrds. Bias Tape or Quilt Binding.
1.Print PDF Pattern HERE. Tape piece A & B together.
2. Fold chosen fabric in half lengthwise and place pattern, as indicated, along center fold of fabric and pin edges down.
3. Cut fabric along pattern edge for both front and back.
4. Place wrong sides of fabric together. Pin bias tape along top neckline and bottom of apron, paying close attention to curved hem.
5. Top stitch bias tape.
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.