The Maria Apron | PDF sewing pattern

The Maria Apron | PDF sewing pattern by Maven Patterns.

SKILL LEVEL: ADVANCED BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE

A practical and useful artist's apron inspired by the traditional Maker's apron, just perfect for a day in the studio.

DESIGN FEATURES:

  • SEE PHOTOS FOR SIZE CHART & FABRIC REQUIREMENTS

  • TWO VERSIONS

  • VERSION A: wrap style back with cross over straps

  • VERSION B: pinafore style full back underwrap and side tie closure

  • Large patch pockets

  • UNLINED

  • BONUS TUTORIAL: How to make a REVERSIBLE apron on www.mavenpatterns.co.uk

PATTERN FEATURES:

  • MULTI SIZED - UK SIZES SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE, X LARGE

  • This pattern will fit UP T0 A 44" BUST

  • Illustrated guide (ENGLISH ONLY) to printing your pattern and sewing your apron

  • Fully supported with PHOTO TUTORIALS at www.mavenpatterns.co.uk

  • Includes seam allowances.

  • Can be printed on either A4 or US letter paper, using ADOBE ACROBAT READER.

*Includes separate A0 pattern file.

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Contains:

  • PDF SEWING PATTERN, ILLUSTRATED SEWING INSTRUCTIONS (ENGLISH ONLY) ,MULTI-SIZED SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE, X LARGE,
  • *PRINT AT HOME ON A4 OR US LETTER PAPER. A0 PATTERN FILE (2 sheets),
  • *PHOTO TUTORIALS AT WWW.MAVENPATTERNS.CO.UK

Materials you need at home:

  • SEE PHOTOS FOR SIZE CHART & FULL FABRIC REQUIREMENTS, *Suitable for light to medium weight woven fabrics,
  • 60" /150cm wide VERSION A 1.50m, 60" /150cm wide VERSION B 1.85m ,
  • *Lightweight fusible interfacing 50cm, , *80cm x 2cm wide twill tape/ribbon (VERSION B only), *matching thread
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After a lifetime working as a professional ladies wear pattern cutter, creating clothes for many a high street store, Mrs M became slightly disillusioned with the high turn over of said fashions and the endless need to buy new. What was being lost, she felt, was the art of fitting and construction, and of clothes that made your heart sing, not just for a second, but every time you saw them. So she rebelled, quietly because she’s like that, but rebelled none the less and quit the rat race, deciding instead to make clothes that she loved to wear, that reflected her life rather than those generic fashions of the day. So she has dedicated herself to working at Granny’s table, to cracking open the spot and cross paper and sharing her knowledge with you in the form of Maven Patterns.

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