Farm Girl Apron Tutorial from Recycled Jeans - Page 8

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Almost there!!!

Step 9: Attach Top and Bottom Pieces
Lay the apron bottom on top of the apron top and pin in place. Stitch across the waistband, following stitching that is already in place in order to hide your stitches.

Once you're done, trim all your tiny threads and enjoy your new apron! Perfect for digging in the dirt or whipping up a cake in your kitchen.

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Remember how I told you I've made this apron a bunch of times? Let me show you some different ways to make it  - including a girly and boyish version for kids! I've even got some great ideas for other projects you can do with the leftover leg and denim scraps!

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  1. Great directions. I just finished making one for my sister.

  2. I made an apron out of my nieces jeans that I've had in 'storage' for about 15 years. It's adorable! Your directions were great, detailed enough to follow easily. Perfect little girls apron which will be passed on the the orignal wearer's little sis!

    1. Thank you for your note! I'm so glad to hear it turned out well for you. :-)


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