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Drafting a Pattern and Sewing a Custom Artist's Apron

What you'll learn

In this class, you will learn how to draft a custom pattern and sew a pocket-plentiful apron. Designed with the artist and crafter in mind, it includes several different pocket locations, an adjustable neck strap, and waist ties. Make this apron with heavy canvas for use in the artist's studio or with waterproofed fabric for cutting hair, working with dyes, and other liquid crafts.

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Listed on Apr 15, 2022 - ID 29045439
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This class has 10 sessions (1h 25m)

Class Preview

A short glimpse of what you will learn to create and sew in this class.


Meet your instructor, Brittany, a fiber artist, sewist, basket weaver, and costume designer.

Materials and Tools

Discover the materials you will be using in this class, as well as the tools you will need.

Drafting a Custom Apron Pattern

Using paper, rulers, and a pencil, you will draft a pattern for the artist's apron.

Cutting out Apron Pieces from Fabric

Learn how to prepare and lay out your fabric, and place the pattern to cut out all the pieces for your artist apron.

Preparing the Waist and Neckties

Press and edgestitch the waist and neckties in preparation to attach them to the apron.

Sewing the Apron Bib

Britanny will give you step-by-step instructions on how to construct, sew, press, and edgestitch the upper portion of the apron - the bib.

Sewing the Apron Body

You will learn how to assemble the pieces for the lower portion or body of the apron.

Attaching the Bib to the Body of the Apron

Finally, you will attach the apron body to the apron bib and do all the finishing touches.

Wrap Up

Go over the finishing touches to your apron, as well as how to wash and care for it depending on the material you used. Brittany hopes to see your results in the class project section, to hear your thoughts and questions on what you've just learned, and for you to join her in her other classes as well!

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Drafting a Pattern and Sewing a Custom Artist's Apron