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Mommy and Me Aprons

This post was written by our sewing contributor Jennifer of The Life of Jennifer Dawn.

Hello again! It’s time again for a…

Cute Sewing Project!

Ready to get started?
Here’s all you will need:
*2 yards of coordinating fabrics (1 yard of each design)
*basic sewing supplies (thread, scissors, pins…)
*sewing machine
*Tip: Remember to always wash, dry, and iron your fabric before sewing. This will preshrink your fabric and have it in the perfect condition for creating something fabulous!

Cut your fabric according to this picture. I actually tear mine. The tearing method is much quicker and more accurate. All you have to do is measure, make a small snip, and tear the rest of the way. To make the strap for the adult apron, I sewed two 3 in. x 30 in. strips together at the shorter ends.
Directions:

Aprons:

I actually ended up hemming all of my sides because I originally couldn’t decide if I wanted a longer or shorter side to be at the top. I ended up liking the look of a longer side as the top. When you sew yours, you do not need to hem the top.
Straps:
Putting the pieces together:

The finished products:

Happy Sewing!

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Jennifer is a wife, mother, and former teacher turned stay at home mommy.  She is the face behind the blog The Life of Jennifer Dawn where she shares posts about her family, motherhood, crafts, sewing projects, and recipes.  She is also the designer and owner of the small Etsy shop Bluebird Cottage Designs.

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