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I hope this is okay. . .

I saw an apron like this awhile ago, but I can't seem to find the pattern anywhere.  Just in case my drawing isn't clear, there are ties around the neck and waist.  There's no back to the apron and the skirt is loose-fitting.  Also, the bodice is comprised of three different panels.

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I would like to make this apron, or something very similar out of this fabric I bought at JoAnn's.

Any help is appreciated! Thanks! :D
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On October 26th, 2006 01:27 am (UTC), evanparsons commented:
heres a link with some basic directions on how to make a similar apron. the one the girl on the site makes is pretty corny, but i think with some slight modifications it could be pretty damn close. but then again, what the hell do I know?


http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=2309.msg15734
On October 28th, 2006 03:49 pm (UTC), breelee replied:
Great! Thanks so much for the link. :D
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On October 26th, 2006 04:37 pm (UTC), hatstodisappear commented:
with the three panels, i'm assuming you want it to be somewhat fitted around the front? and where do you want the top to start- right above your boobs? the only thing if you're doing a fitted apron like this is you might want the top to slant out slightly towards the sides, so the bottom is wider... i'm just thinking the front might not sit snugly against your body otherwise. even still. hmm..
i would probably adapt the top part from a bodice pattern on a dress (with a similar 3 panel/princess seam look), but you might have to experiment to make it sit against your body. also, you might have to take in the top edge in slightly, or it might gape forward.
if you're looking for something that isn't fitted, i would just adapt the above link apron to have 3 panels.
On October 28th, 2006 03:50 pm (UTC), breelee replied:
'i would probably adapt the top part from a bodice pattern on a dress'
That's what I was thinking. . .

Thank you so much for all your help. :D
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