Dogwood Apron Sewing Pattern

The Dogwood Apron is the perfect work apron for when you need an extra set of hands. Whether you use this hardworking utility apron in the workshop, garage, garden, craft room, or sewing studio, you’ll find the perfect spot for the tools of your trade.

Dogwood Work Apron Sewing Pattern for Scrap Busting

Since the Dogwood Apron pattern only uses 1/2 yard for both the lining and the main body of the apron, it’s the perfect scrap buster project. Turn the apron into an upcycle project by sourcing denim from old jeans.

Required Notions:
• 1 x side release buckle for 1.5” (4 cm) belt
• 1 x 1/2” (1.3 cm) snap fastener
• 32” x 11” (81 cm x 28 cm) fusible interfacing
• 2 x rivets (optional)

“This pattern was super fun to make! It is really approachable for beginners, but also a fun sew for more intermediate or advanced sewists as it has some fun little details like a hidden welt pocket!” – @stitchmakebake

The Dogwood Apron is the perfect gift for your favorite craftsman, handyman, gardener, or woodworker. Keep the pattern handy for Father’s Day, birthdays, and Christmas gifts. Aprons are the perfect work companion!

We love the idea of using smaller scrap fabric bits to create the binding detail along the pockets.

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