Here are ten of the best half apron patterns and instructions on the Internet. Each of these aprons has a unique feature. Some are pretty, some are functional, and some are perfectly retro. All of the half apron patterns on this list are perfect for bread bakers, so spoil yourself and make a few aprons. If there's a baker on your Christmas list, be sure to sew a few aprons for them as well.
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If you're looking for a sewing project that'll use up that old pair of jeans you've been storing in the attic, look no further! This pattern and tutorial for making a jeans half apron is great for beginning sewers and it is a fun project for teenage girls, as well.
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Made with straight cuts, this simple, basic apron suits all your needs. You can make this apron in simple fabrics or go all out, as the creator did, and make it with pretty and unusual fabrics.
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Do you have an unusual pillowcase left over from goodness knows when? This awesome tutorial shows you how you can turn a unique pillowcase into a half apron.
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This style of tea towel apron has been popular for many years, and luckily is very easy to make. It is finished with three handy pockets.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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Here's a second tea towel apron pattern. Like the tea towel apron listed above, this pattern and the instructions are very easy to follow. What makes this apron different is that the pockets are placed closer to the waist and ribbon is used to tie the apron to your waist.
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This lovely half apron is made with only one yard of fabric. The apron is made with a drawstring waist, perfect for pregnant women whose waist will expand during the pregnancy and then contract after the baby is born.
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This country style half apron is beautiful and easy to make, has ruffles on the hem, a pocket on the side, and a wide wrap-around waist tie.