Redux – Sew a Spider Apron for Halloween

Halloween is rapidly approaching. It always gets here before I’m ready and I have to make a mad dash the day before to stock up on candy for the trick or treaters. Thinking that I would be more prepared this year, I decided to repost my apron pattern for this Spider Halloween apron in advance to give you plenty of time to sew one.

This pattern is available on Craftsy.

Spider Halloween Apron Free Pattern

The body is the spider is a pocket and rick rack is used for the legs. Jumbo orange rick rack embellishes the bottom edge. The apron is easy to make and can be sewn in just a couple of hours (you can even make it Halloween morning or the day before). You can wear it if you are helping your kids with Halloween festivities at school or elsewhere or just as an accent while walking with your own trick or treaters.

Have a creative day!

Phyllis

Blog Widget by LinkWithin

Bookmark the permalink.

3 Comments

  1. Phyllis, this is an adorable apron pattern. I wish I sewed. I use to but haven’t opened my machine in years. Your sweet aprons make me want to dust it off and give it a whirl.

  2. This is cute, Phyllis! Adorable for moms to wear while giving out the treats!

  3. Love the apron and thanks for the pattern. I’ll have to make one!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *