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Thread: Apron for little girls

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    Apron for little girls

    Any idea about how to make apron for little girls? I am not a very experienced seamstress,wanted a detailed tutorial.....can somebody please help?

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    I got a pattern at Wal-Mart for little girl's aprons. The pattern only cost about $1.00. It was a very generic
    pattern but probably one you would like. I found it on one of those wire racks in the pattern area. You might try "Youtube" for an apron tutorial, also. I have found all kinds of tutorials on Youtube.

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    Just try these, http://blissfulsewing.blogspot.com/2...l#.UeIbYn_0LIU
    Looks really pretty with ruffles and a storage pocket.

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    Just want to say WELCOME to Quilting Board.
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    Thank you all! @ NanaCsew2,I liked the pattern, the cap came as a bonus.

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    Moda Bake shop has a pattern just for little girls http://www.modabakeshop.com/2012/06/...lds-apron.html

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    I found a pattern on line. I don't remember where tho, so that is not much help. Just try Little girls apron.

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    I made the one from Moda Bake Shop. It's really easy and turned out cute.

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    Adding a wash cloth to the waist of the apron is a nice touch---to wipe their hands!

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    I have 3 or 4 vintage aprons that my Mom made for me when I was a little girl (about 55 years ago). I can make you a pattern from them if you are looking for a cobbler apron (I think that's what they are called). I treasure them because she made them and is no longer alive. Although I think you can find little girl apron patterns in Simplicity or McCalls.

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