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This Apron set was created for two little sisters as Christmas gifts. I took a standard apron child's pattern that I had from a couple years ago and altered it by adding ruffles and a ribbon rose on the pocket. I also added some flower eyelet white trim to the top of the pocket.
This one was a little tricky to complete as I wanted it to be a reversible apron with the ruffles not sewn into the sides of the apron. After using my seam stripper a lot I finally did figure it out.
I just love the hat and mitts!
I had to do many attempts at the hat sizes for the two little ones I made this set for.
I created them to be an extra small and small apron and hat sizes so that they were a custom fit for a 3T and 6T. I made a flower rose with Grossgrain 1" ribbon by gathering it and sewing it together.

Below are the instructions for adding ruffles to a reversible apron pattern.
I also created an apron set for their grandmother so that when they are all baking together they will be dressed for style in their Couture Aprons.

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