With aprons you have a lot of options. There's a full apron, half apron, an apron that covers the front and back, which I think is called cobbler apron. For this post, I focus on the half apron. It's quick to create and you don't need that much fabric. What I love about this apron is that it's pretty versatile. It's lightweight with roomy pockets so I can easily move from the kitchen to the workshop to using it when I teach a class. Sometimes the pockets are a little too convenient as I end up with all kinds of stuff stored in there.
We're offering all our members this tutorial so you can make one for yourself or for a friend. It's as handy as a fanny pack but a great deal cooler. The pieces dimensions are: Pocket (cut 1) 6.25" X 17.5", Apron Main (cut 1) 11" X 18", Apron Ties (cut 2) - (if you are creating the Threefer: Kitchen Edition, use a 3" width) 3 or 4" X 45"
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