Note: These instructions are for the printable PDF pattern available in my Etsy shop. I’ve split the instructions into 3 parts, and each part is accessible from the links below.
Scroll down for sizing, fabric requirements, and free add-ons available for this pattern!
- How to Print and Assemble the PDF Pattern
- Vintage Apron Sew Along Part 1 – Cutting Diagrams, Skirt, and Ruffle Trim
- Vintage Apron Sew Along Part 2 – Bodice and Halter Ties
- Vintage Apron Sew Along Part 3 – Waistband and Final Assembly
This cute vintage inspired apron is just the thing to make you a master of the kitchen! It has a full and flouncy circle skirt with a ruffled hem (perfect for twirling!), a sweetheart neckline, and adjustable halter straps and waist ties.
Let’s get sewing!Read more…
I remember being very intimidated the first time I bought a printable pattern. Printing and cutting and assembling all those pages sounded so daunting!
As it turned out, I actually enjoyed the process of assembling a printable pattern. It’s not much different than putting together a giant jigsaw puzzle, which I find kind of relaxing.
One of my favorite things about printable patterns is being able to print a new pattern for each size or variation, versus all the tracing and transferring you’d have to do with a standard commercial “all-in-one” pattern. So if a WhatTheCraft pattern is your first printable, have no fear!Read more…
When I was six years old, I won a giant pumpkin. The town I grew up in had an annual pumpkin carving contest, and one of the activities this particular year (1989) was to guess the weight of a giant pumpkin. My guess was off by about 4 ounces. Beginner’s luck!Read more…
I was a little nervous to jump into this pattern. I haven’t used a commercial pattern in over ten years, and the fabric I had my heart set on was a rayon challis, which doesn’t have a reputation for being super easy to work with. It’s very fluid and tends to shift all over the place when cutting and sewing.
But I did it anyway, and I’m happy to report that both the pattern and the fabric were less daunting than I expected.