How to Sew an Apron | Video Tutorial

Updated: Mar 14


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Making an apron for kids is easy and a great learning experience, also for beginners. We have everything you need right here to make the perfect apron for kids. At the bottom of this article, you can find sewing patterns from 2 years old and all the way up to 14 years. We also have a chat function for you if you need any help. Let's talk about the equipment we need.


Sewing Pattern:


 

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The tools we need to make this kids apron:

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Sewing Patterns, Sewing tutorials, How to sew, Sewing projects, sewing pattern for kids

There is not much we need to make this apron. We need a cutter, ribbons and some pins.

We need two layers of the apron fabric, Two for the pocket and ribbons to keep the apron in place.

I use a jersey fabric. That's what I had available. But you can use any fabric you want. I would recommend a dark color that is safe to use in the washing machine.

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The Pocket

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Step 1 - Attaching the pocket pieces

We start with the pocket. And we place the front of the pocket opening on the table, facing upwards. We then take the pocket the pocket backside and place it like this, with the right side facing each other. We then secure it with clips or pins and sew it in place.

 

Step 2 - The Pocket Ribbon

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Sewing Patterns, Sewing tutorials, How to sew, Sewing projects, sewing pattern for kids

With the front and back pocket pieces attached, we can attach the top ribbon. The top ribbon is a nice detail that gives the apron a nice professional look. However, the ribbon does also has a very important function. It protects the pocket from wear and tear. I recommend that you iron the pocket pieces before you attach the ribbon. I also made a zigzag seam around the backpiece's edge to protect the fabric from ripping. We sew the ribbon with a regular sewing machine.

 
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Sewing Patterns, Sewing tutorials, How to sew, Sewing projects, sewing pattern for kids

Step 3- Sewing the pocket in place


With all the pocket parts in place, we can finally attach the pocket to the apron. I use threads that match the apron. That's why I started sewing a bit down on the pocket. I'm going to sew all the way up to the ribbon with threading that matches the fabric.

 

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