Not too long ago I made an apron for my littlest sister’s birthday. It was very simple! And only took about ¾ of an hour to whip up.
You will need: A colourful tea towel, bias binding, and coloured thread.
- Lay the teatowel out and fold it in half long ways.
- Along the salvage edge draw a fairly shallow curve. This will be the top edge so it will have to fit under the arms, eventually. Cut along the curve you’ve drawn.
- Take the bias binding and put a pin through it at about 50cm. Then from that point pin the binding on to the curve and when you get to the top leave just enough for a small head to get through and then continue pining it onto the other edge.
- Leave 50cm on the other side and then cut the bias binding.
- Sew the binding over on itself and onto the tea towel.
- Embellish with buttons, pockets or however you would like it.