Are you a messy cook? I sure am! I probably have more t-shirts with stains than without, lol! When the chance came up to sew something from My Childhood Treasures, I jumped on it!
Plus, I think summer is the perfect time to have a new apron! Both of my sons are home for the next two months. And that doesn’t just mean extra cooking for two, but for at least half a dozen (on and off) of their closest friends!
This apron was such a quick and easy sew! Not only does it span many sizes and have a cute little pocket perfect for trims, it’s also reversible!! There is also an option for ruffles if that’s more your style.
While there are no layers for this pattern, each size line is easy to see and cutting is a breeze! Elastic in the neckband makes it a comfortable fit and the ties in the back make it fit well for those in between sizes or for a family that cooks together so everyone can share the same aprons.
There is also a child’s apron pattern, making mommy and me sets totally possible! <3 I think lots of people in my family will be getting aprons for Christmas this year!!
Who doesn’t love (and need) pockets in an apron? The reversibility of the Woman’s Apron by My Childhood Treasures also allows for style mixed with functionality.
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