Here’s a great chance to share some really special memories with your daughter by letting her join you to bake some cookies, cakes, pies, and more. Have you prepared all of your baking ingredients? Do you have all your kitchen wares at the ready?
What about your daughter’s apron? Don’t be troubled if she doesn’t have one, as here is a FREE simple sewing pattern for a Girl’s Ruffled Apron that you can sew up in no time at all for your daughter.
You can use this whole experience as a way to introduce your daughter to both cooking and seeing how mommy sews.
To make a Girl’s Ruffled Apron you will need two yards of fabric (half yard for the front, half yard for the back, and a yard for the ties and ruffles).
The Free Ruffled Apron Sewing Pattern is good to fit most 4 to 7 year olds. The designer said that for sizing – “I think it would work for a 2yo with a little room to grow because of the ties. I know my daughter’s little sister borrowed it sometimes, too. My 9yo’s apron is also this size and is getting a bit too small if that helps. I used a half yard for the main fabric and the lining/reverse. I bought a yard of fabric for the ties and had a little extra.”
You can add some extra details to your Ruffled Apron to spice it up with a little style by adding pockets to the main body piece, making the waist ties much longer so they can be wrapped around and then tied with a bow at the front and more! Be creative! There are a lot of things to explore and the designers tutorial has some great suggestions.
A big thanks to the creator, Lindsay Shaffer of P A Country Crafts, for sharing her design for FREE!
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