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How to Sew a Reversible Apron

Jan 26, 2011
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Cook in style with two great looks. Gone are the days when aprons were only for our grandmothers. Now they are just as stylish and fun as any fashion accessory. In this article from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol.5, Annie O’Connor demonstrates how to make an apron that’s reversible to get two styles in one. Use a sophisticated fabric on one side to wear for your Friday night dinner party, and a whimsical fabric on the opposite side to show off when baking muffins on a Saturday morning. 

It’s easy to learn how to create this delicious two-sided apron. Simply enlarge the pattern pieces, cut two coordinating fabrics as directed on the pattern, and be sure to transfer all marks. Soon you’ll be cooking up a double-duty stylish apron!

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  1. User avater sorenturner November 30th

    great way to design apron

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