Uptown Apron PDF Pattern
Quick OverviewThe Uptown Apron is a lovely kitchen cover-up or a great topper for jeans! An empire waist silhouette and pleated bodice with an adjustable gathered neckline guarantee a flattering fit. Long waist ties can be crossed in the back and brought to the front to tie. The apron is finished with a lined bodice and has one patch pocket. Instructions included to make all cotton version or to create bodice from recycled denim. Two sizes included: Slim and Curvy. THE DIGITAL VERSION OF THIS PATTERN CONTAINS 20 PAGES THAT MUST BE PRINTED & TAPED TOGETHER TO FORM THE COMPLETE PATTERN...
The Uptown Apron is a lovely kitchen cover-up or a great topper for jeans! An empire waist silhouette and pleated bodice with an adjustable gathered neckline guarantee a flattering fit. Long waist ties can be crossed in the back and brought to the front to tie. The apron is finished with a lined bodice and has one patch pocket. Instructions included to make all cotton version or to create bodice from recycled denim. Two sizes included: Slim and Curvy.
THE DIGITAL VERSION OF THIS PATTERN CONTAINS 20 PAGES THAT MUST BE PRINTED & TAPED TOGETHER TO FORM THE COMPLETE PATTERN PIECES. THIS DIGITAL PATTERN ALSO COMES WITH 1 FULL SIZE (A0) PATTERN PIECE PAGE AS PART OF THE DIGITAL PDF THAT CAN BE TAKEN TO YOUR LOCAL PRINT SHOP & WILL PRINT THE ENTIRE PATTERN TISSUE AS ONE SHEET. THIS IS THE LAST PAGE OF THE PDF AND IS INTENDED AS A BONUS FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO AVOID HAVING TO TAPE ALL THE PIECES TOGETHER.
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