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DIY Apron As A Lovely Gift For Small Chefs

Thu, Oct 10, 2013 | All ages, DIY Projects | By Julia.Dimova

To make the cooking process (real or just playing) more interesting we offer a tutorial to produce a little chef’s apron. You’ll need is a piece of fabric, twill tape, wooden button, measuring tape, tracing paper and instruments for sewing. First, pin the pattern on the right side of your fabric. Cut the fabric, leaving a seam allowance. Place the cut apron with the armhole curve on top of the two quarter circle pieces you just cut off along the armhole curve. Then trace the pattern on the wrong side of the other half. Pin the armhole linings on the right sides of the apron. Sew along the armhole curve and iron from the wrong side. Then you have to sew the lining into the inside. Sew down the top of the apron. Thread your tape through the wooden button. Sew the tape on the top of backside of the apron. Make the apron of desirable length. Fold the right and left side inward, pin and double stitch. At last add strings and a pocket. A lovely gift for little chefs is ready!

 

Reference: bkids

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