It's Corinna from Surfin' Through Second.
Do ever expect it again. I have had this apron of sorts in my head for almost a month now and am so happy to be able to finally post it. This is the fasted apron tutorial yet. It is for a double sided, half apron. It is cute, sturdy, and fun.
Materials 2 large bandannas in different colors. Something for the ties - I used twill tape, but ribbon would be nice too. On with the tutorial Line the bandannas up. Bandannas are irregular in size and you will have to shift them around to get them to fit at their best.
Square up the bandannas. This apron is a square so for it to look it's best, you will have to have a square to begin with. The size isn't that important, just make sure all the sides are equal and that the corners and square.
Cut off the top corner. This is the top of the apron now. I took the leftover triangle, folded it in half, placed on old pocket pattern piece on it and cut out 4 picket pieces.
Sew up the pockets. Sew around the pocket, leaving an opening to turn it. Turn and press the pocket. Top stitch the pocket top.
Place them on the apron fronts, and stitch in place on each side of your apron.
Stitch the apron together. Lay the front and back of the apron right sides together. The stitching is important, so pay attention. Stitch across the top and stop. I forgot to and it was a booger to turn.
I thought this was rather clever.
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