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The 10 BEST Free Apron Patterns on the Intenet!

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Stop looking and start sewing a new apron with an amazing free sewing pattern! Don’t keep searching through lists of so-so free apron patterns. Here are the 10 best apron patterns you will find on the internet. Whether you want a patchwork apron, jelly roll apron, half apron, or full coverage apron – you’ll find your favorite one here.

I always love a fresh apron to wear when I’m in the kitchen, but after lots of washes they fade. Does your normal apron need an update? My Cute and Modern Pocket Apron is a great choice with a free tutorial.

Here’s another free apron pattern that everyone loves – the 1 Yard Magic Apron. Even someone who is a beginner at sewing can sew a beautiful apron to share as a gift or protect their clothes while cooking.

I love this Full Coverage BBQ Apron pattern because I tend to make messes when crafting. If my apron covers more I can confidently create without worrying about my clothes.

Here’s a free kids apron pattern that has been made in a similar style to the BBQ Apron above. How cute would a Father/Son or Mother/Daughter matching set be as a gift? This one is Melissa’s Adorable BBQ Apron For Kids. I also included it because it would make a graet kids’ art smock – don’t you think?

This darling Hostess Apron and Tote Bag from 1 Yard of Fabric turned out so cute. The straight seams on the apron are great practice for a novice at the sewing machine.

Maureen Cracknell’s Fabric Lover’s Apron is one of my most inspiring free sewing tuotrials ever!

Got some leftover jelly roll strips? You’re need to make a mile a minute jelly roll apron!

Melissa sewed this darling childrens apron and shared the free pattern on the blog… it’s so delightful!

Then she shared an equally delightful pattern for a woman’s apron. I love it!

If you are looking for an amazing full coverage apron with straps in the back, this is the one for you! The Tessuti Apron Pattern is a free PDF download – just add it to your shopping cart and checkout for free.

Happy Sewing!


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  1. Decades ago when I took Home Ec in junior high school we had sewing first and made an apron before moving on to cooking. It was a simple apron made from a yard of 45" wide fabric – all straight cuts, nothing fancy. But a fingertip towel was added to the front so the top of it was stitched into the waistband seam – it was so handy that fifty years later I still think it was genius!

    I like several of these apron patterns – but I’ll be adding a small towel when I make one!

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