This quick and easy apron takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish- yippee!
And it's reversible so really it's like 2 aprons:)
The perfect little apron for cooking up some goodies or the perfect little gift for the toddler in your life.
I only used 1/2 yard of fabric (in 2 colors) and I think you could easily get 2 toddler aprons out of that amount. That's maybe $2 an apron- much too hard to resist making a few:)
If you have a little guy helping out in your kitchen you could easily make this manly by leaving the bottom edges square instead of rounded. And if you want to doll it up more for your girly girl you could definitely embellish:)
This little apron ties around the waist but has an elastic neck loop for easy on/off for the "I do it" toddler:) You could make a Velcro closure in the back but I didn't think little miss couldn't figure that out either so I didn't bother
For a toddler (ages 2-4??? little miss is almost 2 and tall for her age) apron you'll need:
- 1/2 yard fabric in 2 colors
- 3/4" width elastic
2. With right sides together sew up 1 short end and 1 long edge of all 3 ties. You can taper the ends of the waist ties if you want.
6. With right sides together add the 2nd apron piece and sew all the way around leaving a gap along the top straight edge for turning.
7. Turn the apron right side out, tuck in the raw edges from the gap you left in the last step and top stitch around the entire apron.
Have fun cooking up some goodies!