Sew a Christmas apron with this free and easy pattern.

Cooking and entertaining goes with the holidays, so I designed and sewed this Christmas apron for a festive addition to kitchen chores.

The first step was to hit my fabric stash to find red and green fabrics.  I found the perfect combination of  red, green and red and white stripe fabrics.  I created a simple pattern that can be made in less than 2 hours.  Click for the free pattern and instructions that you can download.

I would love to see pictures of aprons you make using this pattern.  Enjoy and have a fun Christmas as you whiz through the kitchen wearing your new apron!

Happy sewing!





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8 Responses to “Sew a Christmas apron with this free and easy pattern.”

  1. Brenda Pinnick Says:

    sew adorable!!! Um, do you really cook???? I’m just asking….hehehehe

  2. Free pattern: Christmas apron · Sewing @ CraftGossip Says:

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  3. Sharon Hermens Says:

    Cute apron. Looks easy to make too. Thank you for the pattern.


  4. sandy Says:

    Thank you so much … I wanted to make some Christmas aprons. too adorable.

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  6. Sharon Says:

    This is so cute! Thanks for sharing

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  8. Heather Says:

    Hi! I just forwarded the Bernina posting on twitter based on the photo. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to got the download. Supercute photo, hope to find another link on your site. =)

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