I just love the way I feel in a cute apron!  I’’ve been wearing my Great Grandmother’s vintage aprons around the house and would love a free apron pattern to make some more. So, here are 24 free apron patterns with pictured instructions so you can make one too.   Free sewing patterns rock! {wink} Enjoy!

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Free Apron Patterns


1. Beautiful Krista Free Apron Pattern – The Krista apron is fun and flirty with an elastic ruched top, cute little side pocket and ruffled bottom. Perfect for the feminine chef! 2.  Soph’s Frilly Apron Tutorial – An Anthropologie inspired ruffled apron, final cost $11. *Sadly, this blog no longer exists. 3. Monogrammed Full Apron – A colorful apron with a darling monogrammed pocket. 4. Creating a Cute Apron with Leftover Fabric – A fun and flirty design and free apron pattern that’s embellished with a fabric flower. Apron Patterns 5. Sweater Apron Tutorial – A really cool idea!  Simply click on the pictured instructions to learn how to make it. 6.  Full Apron Pattern with Pickets and Fabric Flowers – How to go about making your own custom fit apron.  It’s very easy and only requires the very basics of sewing machine knowledge. 7.  Canvas Apron – A beautifully embellished apron that’s painted on and has fabric flowers. 8. Two minute T-shirt Apron – How to make a quick apron when you know you’re going to get really messy. Half Apron Patterns

Half Apron

9. Ruffled Apron from a Hand Towel – Take an ordinary hand towel, and turn it into a stylish apron. Easy to do! 10. Craft Apron out of a pair of old Jeans – A pictured step by step tutorial on how to make a fun craft apron out of jeans. 11. Garden Apron with Pockets – This apron is just perfect for the garden… or for crafting, or a craft fair.  You get the picture.  It’s versatile. 12. Clothespin Apron Tutorial – For those of you who are hanging your laundry out to dry, this tutorial is for you. Apron 13. Easy T-shirt Aprons – No matter what you’re style (or your mom’s!)-there is a t-shirt for it. Which means there can be an apron for it, too!  And for some of us…..we need all the help we can get making dinner preparation a little more exciting! 14. How to Make a Pillowcase Apron – A pictured tutorial on how to make a pillowcase into a half apron. 15.  Half Apron with Comfort Ruffles – The ruffles in the ties help the top to stretch, so the apron stays comfortable whether you’re sitting, standing, or constantly getting up and sitting down! 16. Valentine Ruffled Apron – A quick tutorial on how to make this darling half apron with four layers of ruffles. Vintage and Retro Apron Patterns

Vintage and Retro Apron Patterns

17. Reversible scalloped apron tutorial – Fancy, flirty aprons are all the rage, and they sell for good money at a lot of stores. But if you can sew, you can make your own, and I’ll show you how. 18. Mostly Vintage Apron Tutorial – A cute half apron embellished with lace. 19. Retro Ric Rac Apron – A darling half apron with ruffles and ric rac embellishment. 20. Alice in Wonderland Apron –  Vintage pattern Advance 9606 an adorable pinafore apron inspired by Alice in Wonderland.  *The creator of this apron made it as a gift and asked that her link be removed. Kids Apron Pattern

Kids Apron Pattern

21. Michael Miller patterns at Making It Fun has a crazy cool Kids Apron Pattern and Chef Hat Tutorial. 22. No Sew Child’s Apron from a Tea Towel – A fun kids apron tutorial that is made out of a towel and perfect for someone who doesn’t have a sewing machine. 23. Dish Towel Kids Apron – A very simple way to make an apron out of a dish towel for any toddler or child. 24. Reversible Children Apron with Fabric Crayon Embellishment Tutorial – What a cool way to capture one of your child’s drawings. If you’d like these apron tutorials, you’ll love what I feature every day. Subscribe to Tip Junkie and get the most creative ideas sent to you via e-mail. It’s easy!

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