Okay, back to the apron now. Surprisingly, it took less than 2 hours to get it ready. I referred to this and this pattern and tutorial. I did not follow them exactly step by step, though. You can say my apron is a combo of both.
I started off by adding ruffles at the bottom, followed by the pockets. Then I folded in the seams of the belt and pinned the fabric half way through, adding some pleats all along.
What do you think?
How did I do?
Once again here is the link to the pattern.
I made 6 different projects using this fabric. Check them out here!
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