A good friend of mine requested some aprons for her 2 little girls. Well, I fell in love with this fabric from Joann's and couldn't wait to turn it into little aprons. I've used this tutorial in this past post, but thought I would revamp the pattern and share my own tutorial.
I changed the apron to be much more child friendly. Your kid will be able to put this on and take it off completely on their own. Something I wish I would have done with my girls aprons.
It will make them very happy.
Unless you request a bunch of pictures.
Then you'll never know what kind of reaction you'll get.
Update as of November 2014
Because there has been so much interest (in this extremely outdated post), I decided it was time for a make-over! A big one!
Due to popular request, I have taken this apron pattern and perfected it, and made it available to you through PDF download, where you can print the actual pattern as well as have detailed instructions and pictures to guide you through.
It comes with 5 sizes to choose from, suited for approximate ages from 2-12. Also, added to this pattern is the ability to adapt it to 6 different styles!
And because so many of you asked, there is also the option for a limited use "Rights to Sell".
I am so excited to finally be able to bring this baby to life! I truly hope it will be of help to many of you!
To read more about it, go here to the updated post.
To buy your pattern, head over to the Make it and Love it Pattern Shop.
Thanks! And enjoy!
To make the Chef Hats, follow this tutorial. It doesn't get any better than that.