This free sewing pattern for a dish towel apron was adapted with permission from "D.I.Y.: Kids" (Princeton Architectural Press).
This is a great sewing project for beginners. Because a dish towel already has finished edges, there is very little sewing required to make this stylish and functional apron.
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Trim off two corners from the top.
To make pockets, fold up bottom and stitch up sides. Stitch two lines in the middle to divide section into three pockets.
To make ties, cut two lengths of grosgrain ribbon (about 50 inches each). Pin along each angled edge so that a piece hangs out at the top and the middle on each side. Sew along the edge.
Published with Permission from "D.I.Y.: Kids" (Princeton Architectural Press).