A cute French bulldog print fabric is turned into a reversible apron.
Depending on your mood, you can enjoy it in two ways with a cheerful dog print and the chic side in a subdued denim material. The rhinestones around the pocket adds a lovely accent.
Fabric shown for this sample: P43300-301 (B)
□ Fabric (A): 110cm x 90cm
(B): 110cm x 90cm
□ Tape: 1.6m (4cm width)
□ Acrylic Tape: 2.2m (2cm width)
□ Rhinestone (Iron-on type): about 40 (0.3cm diameter)
□ Fusible tape (for basting)
We interviewed Miki about her creation:
Kokka Fabric (KF): What did you think of the fabric you used for this project?
It is a very solid fabric. As the design is spread apart, I thought something large would make more of an impact for French bulldog fans than a small item, so I came up with an apron idea. The solid fabric will also make it last longer.
KF: Can you tell us any special elements or ideas that you incorporated into this creation?
I created the pattern using my everyday apron as a reference. To expedite the process, store-bought tape is used in lieu of creating the strap from the fabric.
KF: What are some tips for making this Apron?
The important point in the process of making this reversible apron is sewing all the parts together. In order to put them together securely, the tapes are basted first. For a clean finish, iron the corner prior to sewing.
KF: How should we use this apron in everyday situations?
As it is getting colder, this reversible apron will keep you warm. In addition to using it as an apron, you can also wear it as room wear with a pair of leggings. A matching scrunchy will allow you to enjoy it as part of your overall style.
KF: Thank you very much, Miki! Here are sewing instructions along with step by step photos from her. Enjoy crafting!
Next, attach the parts. Since it is reversible, the fabric is layered with the front sides facing each other. Place the parts on top of one of the fabrics and baste them with the thread to secure.
After basting, place all the parts facing inward and layer the other fabric with the front sides facing each other. Baste all the way around using an iron-on tape. Sew all the way around with a 20cm opening at the hem for turning.