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Free Sewing Patterns for Aprons

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Wearing an apron when you are cooking keeps your clothes clean and you can make a style statement at the same time. Use these free apron patterns to sew the perfect apron. Use novelty prionted fabric, add ruffles, frills, appliques or trims that make a statement.

1. Tie Around the Waist Apron - - Featuring Small Pleats and Pockets

Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
This simple to sew apron is a great way to not add "fluff" to a waistline but still protecting your clothing. Pleats add shape without the fluff that gathers can add on a waistline and the step by step directions are easy to follow.

2. One Yard Apron Pattern

Free sewing pattern to make an apron from one yard of fabric.
Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com

This apron uses one yard of 45" wide fabric to make this apron. This apron can easily be sewn with a simple straight stitch machine. It is a perfect beginners sewing project for learning straight stitching, measuring and pressing.

3. Sew A BBQ Apron

Free pattern to sew a BBQ Apron
Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com

This apron makes a great gift and can be made in any fabric for a fun theme. Make a chef hat to match for the BBQ chef in your family.

4. Retro Apron with Full Bib Front and Ruffles on the Shoulders

Perfect Bib and Ruffle Holiday Apron
Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com

This apron features a full apron with a bib front and ruffles on the shoulders. The free pattern and directions offer full how to construction details with photos to accompany the instructions.

5. Free Pattern & Directions to Sew a Dish Liquid Apron

Dish Liquid Bottle Apron
Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com

Everyone is always looking for a quick project to spiff up a kitchen. Here's free directions and a pattern to sew a dish liquid bottle apron that can be made to match any decor! This one is a great addition to a housewarming gift basket.

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