Vanilla House Designs recently published a pattern for the Christmas and the rest of the year. The Not Just for Christmas apron is a variation on the popular Four Corners Apron, also published by Vanilla House Designs. You can use red and green Christmas fabrics for a holiday apron, or any other fabrics to make an apron for the rest of the year.
As a bonus, the pattern also includes instructions for an oven mitt, a food gift bag, and a cookie mix recipe.
This pattern sells for $9.50 from the Vanilla House Designs website.
Spoonflower is a service where you can create your own custom fabrics, and share your fabric designs with others. Cean Irminger created an apron pattern right on fabric. Instructions, design, and all fabric is printed right on the fabric. The pattern is called Owl Be Darned! and is printed on one yard of fabric. It is available for purchase from Spoonflower, and there are several options for fabric type from which you can choose. The Quilting weight fabric costs $18/yard.
Megan, or “Ms. Apple”, who is the creative force behind Brassy Apple Designs, has released a pattern called The Everyday Hostest Apron. She describes this pattern as:
Be stylish everyday whether you are cooking, cleaning or hosting an event!
While it is not available as a regular pattern in available for download for $7 from the Brassy Apple store.
It sells for $9 from the Spring Water Designs Etsy Shop.
Designed by Rebecca Anderson, the “Phoebe” Apron pattern is a grown-up version of the “Posy” apron pattern for a little girl’s apron. Published by Rebecca Ruth Designs, this pattern sells for $9.95 and is available online from QuiltersWarehouse.com.
These patterns sell for $8.99 to $9.50 at VanillaHouseDesigns.com.
The Apron Lady, Jan Lutz, recently released a new cover for an old pattern, Mother-Daughter Tea Party Aprons, which includes sizes for child, pre-teen, and adult. She says,
Cut like a poodle skirt so you get easy sewing with adorable ruffled results! Your girls will love their apron, and Moms will feel so pretty too!
The pattern retails for $9.95, which can be purchased from a list of online stores.
This is made from the “Pretty Ditty” apron published by Jamie Christina. It sells for $12.50.
New apron patterns include:
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