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Molds from all parts that will be used.
Parts and fabrics for cutting.
Strip in printed fabric in size 75cm X 8cm (for neck strap)
Apron mold: Needed fabric, lining fabric (in this case I used raw cotton) and the same size of acrylic blanket.
Pocket mold: Needed fabric, lining fabric (in this case I used raw cotton) and the same size as acrylic blanket.
NOTE: The apron and pocket molds should be scratched on the back of the printed fabric, leaving a margin of 2cm more than the risk to cut, as the seam will be made on top of the scratch.
Pocket applications mold: cut into patterned fabrics of clothing.
According to hartselleclothing, we started with the pocket. By the right part of the printed fabric clothing , apply the already cut molds of the shirt, dress and underwear. They can be sewn machine or by hand and placed in the position to choose.
After sewing the applications, put one on top of the other in the following order the parts of the pocket: the blanket, the lining and above the pocket with the applications facing the lining, being exposed up inside out.
Pass a seam only at the top of the pocket (according to the dotted line of the photo), thus uniting the three parts of the pocket.
Unwrap the pocket to the right of the printed fabric and pass a decorative seam also at the top according to the red line marked on the photo.
Patterned fabric strap for apron neck strap.
Cut to the size of 75cm X 8cm, fold in half and sew on the right side with decorative stitch on both sides.
Place the pocket on the right side of the printed fabric of the apron, marking the center and making a 2cm stitch with decorative stitch, thus securing the middle of the pocket. On the sides of the pocket prick.
Also on the right side of the printed fabric of the apron, mark the center of the top. Measure 5cm from the middle to the left side and put one end of the neck loop, measure 5cm from the middle to the right side and put the other end, securing the two with pins.
Mounting the apron.
Place one part over the other by pinning all of them in the following order: the blanket, the lining and above the front of the apron, ie the printed fabric facing the lining, being exposed upside down where you have the risk to do the seam.
Pass stitching all the way around the apron, leaving just the space between the two handles (highlighted in the photo) without sewing.
Then open the apron to the right side.
For a more beautiful finish, pass a decorated seam across the apron, starting at the top that was open and making it all the way back to the pocket.