Homebody Apron PDF Sewing Pattern

$12.00

Description

The Homebody Apron is a vintage inspired cross back apron designed to be functional but also beautiful. View A has a gathered skirt that starts at the natural waist and hits at the knee. View B is a classic, slim style apron that also hits at the knee. The height of the bib and waist can be adjusted with the straps by loosening or tightening them and the length of the skirt can easily be modified depending on the wearer’s height. There is an option included to enclose the skirt seam with bias binding for a lovely, clean finish on the inside of the apron.

Difficulty

Confident Beginner – Techniques include sewing bias binding and gathering a (half) skirt

Fabric

Lightweight to mid-weight woven fabrics like quilting cotton, cotton, linen, chambray or a lighter weight denim.

Sample Details:  Yellow apron (View A) made in a lightweight linen. Green striped apron (View B) made in a mid-weight linen. Multi-colored striped apron (View A) made in a quilting cotton.

Notions

Coordinating thread

Sizing and Fabric Requirements

The Homebody Apron comes in 5 different sizes to choose from and you will need about 1 – 1.5 yards (0.9 – 1.4 meters) of fabric depending on the width of the fabric and the size you choose to make. See charts in photos for more information.

PDF Downloads

You will receive four PDF files after purchasing
• Sewing Instructions
• Copy shop/A0 pattern
• Print at home tiled pattern (Letter and A4 compatible)
• Projector pattern

Tutorials

For tips on downloading, printing and assembling your PDF pattern this tutorial walks you through step by step. This pattern requires a small amount of bias binding and it’s recommended to make your own. If you need further support my tutorial How to Make Bias Binding walks you through the steps.

Come Say Hi!

You can find me on Instagram @bethanylynne_makes. If you decide to share your finished apron, tag your photos with the hashtag #homebodyapron. I would love to see your unique version of the Homebody Apron! You can find photos and reviews of other sewists’ versions of the Homebody Apron here.

 

All Rights Reserved ©2024 Bethany Lynne Makes
This pattern may not be reprinted or resold without permission and is for individual personal use only. You may not sell finished products made using this pattern.

 

 

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