Utility Apron - 28th May 2021


The Utility Apron is a working apron for your sewing room, garden, or anywhere else you need a hand!

It is a lined apron that buckles around the waist or hips and holds all your bits and pieces.

A hidden welt pocket is perfect for keeping things safe and two tabs offer places for scissors or keys!

The lining provides an opportunity to have fun with fabric choice and the hardware gives it a modern look. The Utility Apron is a great scrap-buster, a perfect gift, and an excellent project for adventurous beginner sewists!

The Dogwood Apron Pattern by Helen's Closet is included in the workshop price

What You Need To Bring: The Sewing Room is fully equipped with Janome Sewing Machines and Overlockers as well as all the tools you need to complete your project.  You are very welcome to bring your own machine and sewing box if you wish.

Materials Needed:  To make the apron you will need 50cm of 150cm wide Medium to heavy-weight woven fabrics, The apron lining is also 50cm of 150cm wide fabric and can be a lighter weight fabric, such as quilting cotton or cotton lawn, 1 x side release buckle for 1.5” (4 cm) belt, 1 x 1/2” (1.3 cm) snap fastener, matching Thread,  32” x 11” (81 cm x 28 cm) fusible interfacing,  2 x rivets (optional)

Level: Beginner/Intermediate

Venue: The Midhurst Sewing Room

Date: Friday 28th May 2021

Workshop Start/End time: 10am - 5pm

Workshop Duration: 1 day

Workshop Tutor: Sue Cotten

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Workshop Start28 May 2021