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Topic: Serious Apron Help Needed!  (Read 454 times)
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« on: December 02, 2010 10:46:19 PM »

So, I just took up my old serving job. I can't locate my missing server apron! My question: does anyone know of a 3-pocket waist apron pattern, or has anyone made one before? I would really appreciate the help...I need one by Saturday.
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2010 06:15:02 AM »

Down and dirty version:

Take a piece of fabric, cut it to the width you want the main bit of your apron to be, and the length you want it to be plus enough for the height of the pockets.

Use bias tape to finish the bottom edge.

Fold up the bottom edge to create the pocket and pin in place. Once it's in place, use bias tape to finish the sides.

Sew the pockets to the right size by just running a straight stitch from the bottom edge to the bias tape at the top of the pockets.

Use bias tape again for the ties and top edge of the apron. Depending on how big you are (since I honestly have no clue  Smiley ) either use two pieces that meet up in the front center or a single piece, and stitch all the way from one end to the other.

WALA!! One quick, easy, and fully functional wait staff apron.

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