Quick And Easy Child's Apron

Quick And Easy Child's Apron

Quick And Easy Child's Apron


1 dish towel

1 hot pad

ribbon--grosgrain or long shoelaces


1) Fold dish towel in half lengthwise from top to bottom

2) Measure 1.5 inches down from the fold and stitch across the towel. This forms a sleeve for the ribbon.

3) Place hot pad along the center of the dish towel's folded edge. Stitch the bottom of the hot pad to the folded edge of the dish towel, stitching over the stitches already encircling the hot pad. This will be the top of your apron.

4) Run ribbon or shoelace through the loop already provided on the top of the hot pad to enable the apron to be tied around the child's neck.

5) Pull ribbon through the sleeve you stitched across the towel enabling it to be tied around the child's waist.

Congratulations! You now have a cute little apron!

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