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With the holidays comes a lot more time in the kitchen, and while most of us don't necessarily wear an apron on a daily basis for putting together family dinners, something about the combination of more kitchen time and great holiday outfits means that this time of year is when we reach for our aprons over and over again. The great thing about aprons is that since everyone wears them there is a style of apron that is uniquely suited for all different personalities, just like any other part of a wardrobe. But they can be a fun statement piece as well. So not only do they make happy projects that we can stitch up for ourselves in an afternoon, they make ideal and apropos host and hostess gifts. Indygo Junction has a wide selection of apron patterns, so you're sure to find a style for everyone on your list!

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The Very Mary Apron is a great pattern for featuring a few favorite fabrics. With fun angles and a front fold over design, it's made to celebrate large prints, and accent a smaller one too. The Bistro Apron is a classic apron design, made delightfully modern with no ties in the back, and still maintaining a slim silhouette. This apron is perfect for crafts and gardening as well, and would be a wonderful work apron in Crossroads Denim!



The Crossback Reversible Apron is another Indygo Junction apron design without ties, which makes for easy on and off.


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Since it's reversible, you get twice the fun in one clever design! And this apron pattern comes with sizes for everyone in the family, including children's sizes.  All of our apron designs can be found here!

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Kathleen Forgione on

What a great website. I have purchased the book “Vintage Notions” and thoroughly enjoyed. I am a crafter; sewing, crochet, etc. I make beautiful aprons and always look forward to any and all of your patterns and information for us who want to keep the old ways alive.
Thanks again for the great website.

Kathleen Forgione

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