I love to sew and was happy to have found this great printed fabric pattern of a child's apron with a matching doll apron for an American Girl Doll (18" Doll).
It was on clearance at Hancock's awhile back and I immediately thought how cute it would be for a gift for my Granddaughters!
Unfortunately, they only had one set left, so I made a pattern out of tissue paper of the one that I had so that I can make another one in the future and use different fabric if I so choose.
I really did like the fact that it was printed on fabric though. It takes a big step out of sewing...the cutting and pinning of the paper pattern! What a great idea!
I had seen the "panel" type patterns before for stuffed animals and such, but had never seen one for an item of clothing like this, so I was really excited when I saw it.
The printed fabric pattern and directions were easy to follow.
This made for a great gift and was quick to put together, you can probably finish it in an afternoon and you don't need to be a sewing expert!
Supplies/Tools Used for this Project:
Singer Superb 2010 Sewing Machine
Sew So Simple Pattern, Top Drawer, Westminster Fibers Inc., Hot House Child and Doll Apron
Scissors, Fiskars, Large
Scissors, Fiskars, Small
Thread, Coats and Clark, Cotton/Poly, Dual Duty Plus, Blue
Hook and Loop Fastener, Sew-On, 100% Nylon, 3/4", Pink
Rubber Heat Resistant Fingertips
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