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What's cooking good-looking?
I made this for my mother because she liked the one I made for my sister so much.
Because I don't have a picture of mum wearing it, I added my sisters picture so you can see how it looks on a person.

I also made them matching slippers.

Posted by Marieke from Netherlands • Published See Marieke's 165 projects »
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  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 1
    Step 1

    Start with cutting out these parts.

    Part A 1 x + seam allowance
    Part B 2 x + seam allowance
    Part C 2 x + seam allowance
    Part D 1x strip measuring 125 x 8 cm (= incl. seam allowance)
    Part E 2 x strips measuring 6 x 220 cm (= incl. seam allowance)

    Put parts C on each other, fabric facing each other. Sew on the top part.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 2
    Step 2

    Also cut out 4 pockets + seam allowance.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 3
    Step 3

    Sew parts A and B together like the picture is showing. (B + A + B).

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 4
    Step 4

    Sew the pockets on each other, leave an opening at the top and turn inside out.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 5
    Step 5

    And sew them on the skirt.

    Sew a hem on both sides of the skirt and on the bottom.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 6
    Step 6

    Take part C and pin strip D (measuring 125 x 8 cm) on it as shown in the picture. Only sew the part where you see the tape measure.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 7
    Step 7

    Do the same on the other side of part C.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 8
    Step 8

    Now close the strip by folding the ends inside and sew them on each other.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 9
    Step 9

    This is an extra picture for step 8.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 10
    Step 10

    To finish the top part of the apron sew the other side of the strip too.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 11
    Step 11

    Take both strips E and put them (good sides of fabric facing each other) down like this with part C in between. Make sure you decide the exact middel of both first.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 12
    Step 12

    Pin the strips together all the way from left to right (that's a lot of pins). Sew them together with part C in between them.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 13
    Step 13

    This is the result for step 12.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 14
    Step 14

    Lay down the skirt with the good side of the fabric facing down.

    Put the top part of the apron on it as shown in the picture (good side of fabric facing up).

    Sew the skirt on the bottom strip.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 15
    Step 15

    Put the apron down and pin the remaining strip on the skirt by folding the fabric inside. Start in the middle and work your way to the ends of the strips on both side.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 16
    Step 16

    Start in the middle and work your way to the ends of the strips on both sides.

  • How to make a full apron. Mum's Cooking Apron - Step 17
    Step 17

    That way you close the strips and they become a nice ribbon.

    Your apron is finished!

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Elaine H.
Elaine H.

Love this Apron, is there a free pattern for it?

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Annie Ann Z.
Annie Ann Z. · Madera, California · 1 project

cute

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Marieke
Marieke · Espel, Flevoland, Netherlands · 166 projects

Hehe, I didn't draw them but they are in the desciption of step 1, dummie ;-)

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*Witchy Rachie*
*Witchy Rachie* · Holon, Tel Aviv, Israel · 70 projects

oh. nm.

*feels dumb.*

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*Witchy Rachie*
*Witchy Rachie* · Holon, Tel Aviv, Israel · 70 projects

where is "part d"? maybe i just missed it....

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Marieke
Marieke · Espel, Flevoland, Netherlands · 166 projects

There's a "how to" for the slippers here: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/slippers_2

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Ani W.
Ani W. · , , Germany · 18 projects

Really cool btw any chance that you canmake a how-to for the slippers? Or say where i can find one? ;) thx

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Nikki L.
Nikki L. · New Brighton, Wirral, Merseyside, UK, United Kingdom · 4 projects

So cute! and a really helpful tutorial ><

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Cori L.
Cori L. · Albany, Kentucky, United States · 5 projects

This is Great!

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Vicky Ninja
Vicky Ninja · Colchester, England, GB · 52 projects

I love it! I would've made this if I didn't get one for Christmas (Which looks so similar to yours but its covered in cupcakes!) Lovely tut too. :)

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