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Girls Apron sewing pattern (3-10 years)

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Girls Apron sewing pattern (3-10 years).


This is definitely one of the most adorable looking Girls Apron sewing patterns we have ever seen. It’s super popular with this designers customers as she has received some quite superb feedback.

What you now have to decide is who are you going to make one of these cute aprons for? Will it be for your own little kitchen helper, your grand-daughter or will you make one as a gift for other family or friends. Passing on a handmade gift is always a special thing to do and is a great way of showing your love. And then you get to see how special that girl looks as she bakes up a batch of cookies, cakes or pies.

The apron skirt is made up of three fun, flouncy ruffles anchored to a backing. The bodice is fully lined, while the neck and waist ties are double-sided and topstitched to lay flat after laundering. The ties can be adjusted as your little one grows and are plenty long for tying in a nice bow. The designer has made sure that all seams are finished with no raw edges, so the apron will hold up well for lots of fun times in the kitchen.

Girls Apron sewing pattern (3-10 years)


The pattern for this adorable Girls Apron comes in four age sizes as follows:-

  • 3-4,
  • 5-6,
  • 7-8,
  • 9-10.

The designer rates her sewing project as suitable for an advanced beginner to an intermediate seamstress.

Girls Apron sewing pattern (3-10 years)


If you would like to add this pdf pattern to your collection you can click on the button below. The pattern includes:

  • Detailed written instructions side by side with 13 illustrations.
  • A photo tutorial with 28 color pictures and captions with many of the steps for sewing the apron.
  • The tutorial is included in the purchase to be downloaded in a separate file. It’s set up so that you can print up the first file which includes the pattern, text instructions and illustrations– the tutorial file is for you to view, on your computer, photos of the process of sewing the apron with the close- up pictures.