Zero waste Sewing. Cross Back Apron

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This PDF download gives you the full instructions to make a cross back apron.  Choose from small medium or large

This is a Zero Waste Sewing Pattern.  This means that every step of the process is aimed at using ALL of the fabric from the full width.  You should not have any scraps or offcuts that will end up in the bin.

This pattern includes 10 pages of detailed instructions, with images to guide you through each step.

The Zero Waste Cross Back Apron pattern layout is designed by Jane Gordon.

This pattern is intended for the use of the person buying it.  Not for copy or re-sale

1 review for Zero waste Sewing. Cross Back Apron

  1. Anju Chandna

    I spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking and creating dishes for family and friends and doing cookery workshops. Sustainability and low waste are really important to me, so when I saw this zero waste pattern on the Crafters and Makers website I had to download it and give it a go. It looked so creative and intriguing and No Waste too! I liked the idea that it was adjustable and could be shared by my taller daughter too.
    I chose a lovely stripey fabric. It was great fun following the instructions on the pattern and drawing on to the fabric to create the tessellated pieces like a jigsaw. The instructions and diagrams were really clear and easy to follow. I made the apron in two sessions( I’m not a very speedy seamstress) and really enjoyed the sewing experience. I am so chuffed at the result! The darts give a great fit at the bust; easy to slip on and off; the stripes worked so well with this design making my apron quite quirky and it has pockets- what more can a cook want! Its going to be zero waste aprons for Christmas presents all round from me this year!

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