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Apron Sewing Video Series for Beginners + Free Pattern

Sara with Sewing Therapy and Two O’ Nine Fabric Studio from British Columbia CANADA, shares a great beginner sewing video series showing us how to sew aprons in different styles. Aprons make practical, fun-to-sew gifts for everyone that can be easily customized with unique fabric prints for any time of the year and for all ages.

How to Sew an Apron Video Series for Beginners!

Tessuti Fabrics

Cotton and linen are often used to sew kitchen and gardening aprons. Linen dries quickly and is very durable. Canvas is also a durable fabric that aprons are made with. Leather is also popular for workshop aprons. Laminated cotton is a practical wipe-clean fabric to create fabulous aprons.

Watch the free video series now:

Project links:

Free PDF Tessuti Apron Pattern Tessuti Fabrics

Measurement sheet download for half apron Sewing Therapy

Measurement sheet download for bib apron Sewing Therapy



bib apron sewing tutorial

Sewing Therapy


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