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Free Apron Patterns


I love aprons. My first memories are of my mother and grandmother wearing aprons whenever they were in the kitchen or laundry. My grandma used to make calico aprons for her friends and family, machine pieced on her treadle sewing machine, then beautifully hand embroidered with grub roses.

I lived with my grandparents for a little while and I remember when grandma embroidered grub roses on every piece of underwear (undies, singlets, petticoats) that had been made by my mother. I thought it was a bit silly then (aged 7) but I have appreciated that wonderful gesture by grandma for a very long time.

I use aprons, every time I cook, and have a habit of leaving my apron on as I eat, because I tend to have the dropsies when I eat. Iím sure a lot of you can associate with that!!

Anyway, Iíve been surfing again, and have sourced a great many free apron designs for you. Iíve been particular not to feature the same kind of pattern more than once, and I hope you like this lovely collection.


a great little pattern for Barbie type dolls from Brassy Apple



a ruffled apron pattern from Morgan Moore


A Butcher apron.from Etherwork



a gorgeous scrap fabric apronfrom Fave Crafts



Jeans apron made with used jeansfrom My Byrd House



a delightful gathering apron, I can imagine full of farm fresh eggsfrom My Half of the Brain



a very easy apron to make in a tricefrom Taly On Neobee



a sweet Christmas Apronfrom Phyllis Dobbs



a bakers apron - very stylishfrom Matha Stewart



a childís apron with a different opening techniquefromCraftzine



a pretty patchwork apron patternfrom Vintage Apron Patterns



Nanaís reversible half apron Ė similar to those worn by wait personsfrom The Longest Year



this reversible pattern is two aprons in onefrom Vintage Apron Patterns



a great pattern for a Chefís patternfrom Martha Stewart



a gorgeous 1940ís bib apron patternfrom Copd and So Much More



a dishtowel apron tutorialfrom I have to Say



Caffeine Cafť apron patternfrom Clothworks Textiles



a crafty tool beltfrom Cut Out and Keep



a maidís work apron circa 1909. from Tudor Links



a carry all apron (except the kitchen sink!). from Martha Stewart



a very frilly pretty half apron patternfrom Sew Loli



a vintage half yard apronfrom Pattern Bee



a retro apron patternfrom I village



a valentines apron patternfrom Vintage Apron Patterns




a sweet childís apronfrom The May Fly



a very chic half apron patternfrom Pecan Sandies



a retro apron from the 50ísfrom Craftser



another ruffle apronfrom Mufn Inc



a colonial apronfrom 1771



quilt block apron for a littlelyfrom Craft and Fabric Links



a green kitchen apron using a childís sweaterfrom Green Kitchen




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