Making an apron is a fun yet practical project that's perfect for all craft enthusiasts. I've created a step-by-step guide on how to make a child's apron, and to make it extra interesting, this apron is reversible. The reversible element allows you to choose 2 of your favourite patterns, or make it suitable for a boy and a girl to share by personalising each side.
What you'll need:
- Large sheet of paper, or Burda tissue paper, white
- Fabric of your choice. You'll need 60cm in length. I've chosen John Lewis Dots in yellow (available in our shops) which I refer to as 'A' in my instructions. And John Lewis Tiddiwinks with the star print (available in our shops) known as 'B'
- Basic sewing kit
- Sewing machine or see our complete online collection, here
- Sewing thread
- Tape measure
How to make it: