Anneliese from Aesthetic Nest shares a free pattern for a child’s reversible apron. It’s made from 2 fat quarters, one for each side of the apron, plus some ribbon and pom pom trim. The neck strap is sewn to one side and buttons on the other, so it’s easy for a child to put on or take off herself. Her clever one-piece pattern provides the shape for both the armhole and the front pocket. Go to her blog for the pattern and tutorial.
[photo from Aesthetic Nest]
By Anne Weaver
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