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Does anyone have or know the link to a simple child's apron pattern?
I would like to sew aprons for my boys.
I am pretty much a beginner sewer....I know the very basics and that is about it.
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Michael ****** fabrics has tutorials for a chef's hat and a classic apron on their blog, with measurements for making it for a child. I have made two adult aprons and a chef's hats using these tuts; they are easy to follow and the results are great.
i have some more child apron patterns bookmarked on my Mozilla, which isn't working well. I will have to shut down the computer and reboot to go to "the other side" and see if i can get them for you.....

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http://ihavetosay.typepad.com/randi/...wel_apron.html
http://www.michaelmillerfabrics.com/...ssic_Apron.pdf

oops....sorry.....i thought i had more, but they are all either quite girly or sized for an adult. good luck!

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I use this one -
http://sewliberated.typepad.com/Mont...ds%20Apron.pdf

Its montessori style, so even my 2.5yr old can put it on all by himself!

Here is a pic of him in it:
http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u...0/DSC03409.jpg
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http://ihavetosay.typepad.com/randi/...wel_apron.html
http://www.michaelmillerfabrics.com/...ssic_Apron.pdf

oops....sorry.....i thought i had more, but they are all either quite girly or sized for an adult. good luck!

Thank you for the links
They look like I can really follow them and will make a really nice apron.
Thank you for being so kind to share and take the time to reboot!
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I use this one -
http://sewliberated.typepad.com/Mont...ds%20Apron.pdf

Its montessori style, so even my 2.5yr old can put it on all by himself!

Here is a pic of him in it:
http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u...0/DSC03409.jpg
Your son is soo cute. I can see he must really enjoy his apron.
Thank you for the pattern, I think I can probably figure this one out too.
I like the velcro size.
I think both my sons will be very happy to have one although mine will probably be a little messier due to my sewing skills!
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I made this same exact one for my DD. I am a beginner as well and it wasn't hard to figure out. I had so much fun making it that I am making them for her friends as well and plan to adapt the pattern to make it larger so I can have one too! I decided to make it on a whim and didn't have any elastic. So I cut up a pair of shorts that DD outgrew and used the elastic from the waistband.

Have fun!
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