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Apron Tutorial with Pockets

 How to make an apron with pockets. This also has an adjustable neck strap. 

Step by Step tutorial using modern floral fabrics.

This DIY project requires No pattern template needed. My video will show you the measurements and how to cut and sew one super fast and easy! 




This apron is adjustable and easy.

You need almost 2 yards of fabric for the main apron piece, pinking shears, tape measure, sharpie, fabric for the straps, safety pin, sewing gage and fabric for the pocket.

All sewing is with 1/4 inch seam allowance.

Skills used:

sewing a casing, sewing straps, using pinking sheers,  sewing 1/4" seem allowance, sewing with cotton fabrics,

 


Fabric used: Riley Blake Splendor from Etsy

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 by the end of this video you should know:
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