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Oil cloth Painting Apron

I have found an Oil cloth Painting apron is the best way to go when my little one wants to paint…  Painting is so much fun but I cringe at the thought of how messy it can be. Oil cloth wipes clean and clothes stay paint free with this easy apron pattern.

Supplies I used to make this Apron~

  • Oil cloth
  • 2 packages double edge bias tape
  • sewing machine
  • scissors

  1. Lay out your oil cloth and fold in half with wrong sides together.  Using my little ones dress as a pattern for the apron I placed it along the fabric fold and cut it out.
  2. Now you have a basic apron design.
  3. I like to sew my bias tape along the top and bottom edges.  Rounding the bottom corners as I go.  Make sure you catch both edges of the tape.

4.  Now to make the neck and the ties I spread out the bias tape evenly making sure I have enough room at the neck for her head to pass through.  Sew your bias tape all the way around the apron and stitching down the ties.

Ta~Da!

Fun! Fun! Fun! 

Let me know if you need help or have any questions about this project and I will be more than happy to help in any way I can.  Leave me a comment below or send me an e~mail and I will do my best…

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Comments

  1. shiroknowes says:

    Hi, is that little girl yours ? So cute and creative, reminds me of my daughters !

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