If you read the post about what to expect in the Lola Apron Pack, you know that we are going to show you how to create four different variations of aprons using a single pattern pack - and all for FREE!
So gather your supplies and have fun with choosing fabric combinations - like the fabrics we use in the tutorial. Those awesome graphic prints are from a Fat Stax collection by Emma + Mila, which you can find at most WalMart stores (even if they don't carry fabrics on the bolt). The corresponding waistband + ties, ruffles, and lining will need to be purchased off the bolt since they are too long for fat quarters.
And don't forget the supplies you'll need for cutting out your fabrics and sewing!
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE LOLA HALF APRON SEWING PATTERN
To download your free apron sewing pattern, just click on the icon in the box below to expand the PDF. That will take you to a viewing page where you have the option to simply view, print, and download the pattern - you can download the pattern there!
We are also including photo companion PDFs so that you can print out the crib sheets for each version and use the photo companions if you need a visual reference on your laptop or tablet. You can download each one (or not) individually using the links below.
We are testing out this feature, so, if you download these companions, will you do us a favor and leave some feedback about whether you like it, is it helpful, or is it a waste of time and download space? Thanks in advance - we do appreciate it!
COMPANION BOOK: LOLA HALF APRON VERSION 1
COMPANION BOOK: LOLA HALF APRON VERSION 2
COMPANION BOOK: LOLA HALF APRON VERSION 3
COMPANION BOOK: LOLA HALF APRON VERSION 4
Sorry for the super long post! We hope you have all of the information you need to create some really awesome aprons - for yourself, your friends + family, or to even sell in your Etsy shop.
If you give the pattern + tutorial a go, drop us a comment or shoot me out an email (email@example.com) to let us know what you think.
FREE APRON SEWING PATTERN BY BAMBINO AMORE. #LOLA
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Credits // Author and Photography: Kate Mark for Bambino Amore // Apron Pattern + Tutorial by Bambino Amore