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My arty, crafty apron..
Heres my arty,crafty apron i decided to make with mostly household material.It's great for almost every one of your arty or crafty projects!

Posted by Ginger Ginger. from Australia, Australia • Published See Ginger Ginger.'s 16 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Step 1: Choose a couple of materials that in size, are about 1 metre each.

  • Step 2

    Step 2: when you have the main colour you want the apron , at aprox. 50cm down the side of the material mark a line with your chalk and cut inwards about 25cm, do this on either side of the peice of material.

  • Step 3

    Step 3:put your scissors on the point to where you finished cutting inwards, then turn your scissors upwards towards the top of the material, do this for either side of the material.

  • Step 4

    Step 4: you are now left with a T shape (when turned upside down). The sides of the T will be the sides of the apron that wrap around your hips/waist. You will need to get two thin strips of material about the same size and and sew them to the tops and ends of the sides.

  • Step 5

    Step 5: then go to the bottom of the T and add one long strip of material going from one side ( at the bottom of the T that is!) to the other side of the T ( still at the bottom!) then sew the ends on and VIOLA when your masterpeice is turned around and fitted properly you have an apron!

  • Step 6

    P.S - this is optional but if you wish you can add a pocket at the front by sewing a wide rectangle of material along the waist area of the apron. enjoy.

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harrylaa
harrylaa · 20 projects
Well i'm an extremely messy person so thanks for the how to!
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TDCokefiend
TDCokefiend · Garland, Texas, US · 5 projects
Awe, how cute!
& it's purple!
^_^
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Ginger Ginger.
Ginger Ginger. · Australia, AU · 16 projects
awww thanks guys!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1398 projects
It looks great and very handy too, thanks for the how-to.
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Grace D
Grace D · London, GB · 83 projects
Verry cute, I need one because I normally get paint or glue everywhere Happy Great tutorial Happy
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Miss Fit
Miss Fit · 7 projects
this is really cute!
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