Make a Vintage Smock

October 19, 2010

Make a Vintage Smock I just finished making this “Vintage” smock.   101018_0134I love aprons, and have been looking for a simple but cute smock pattern.   Something comfortable, that would cover me up when I’m cooking, cleaning or gardening.  This smock provides great coverage to protect your clothes from splashes and all that daily stuff that gets you dirty. 
Easy Vintage Smock This one is really easy to wear.  It has a single button at the back neck and simply ties in the back.  Very comfortable to wear.  The edges are finished off with bias binding.Ric rac on the smock pocket I love projects where I can use ric rac!  I added just a little bit across the bottom pocket.   

I found this pattern on  Sew, Mama, Sew.  Not only is the pattern free, but there’s a series of easy to follow videos that guide you through the process.   This would be a great project for a beginner sewist.  My smock turned out so great that I’m going to go buy some cute fabric and make these for Christmas gifts for my apron loving friends. 

Do you wear an apron when you work at home?

Linking up to the following great blogs:
Between Naps on the Porch,
The Creative Itch,
Today’s Creative Blog,
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia,
Sew Much Ado.

2 comments:

  1. That is so pretty! I bet it would be very handy in the craft room as well.

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  2. That is such a cute apron. I love the colors you picked out. I have seen that tutorial on Sew Mama Sew and it is so helpful. I may have to try one for myself. It seems I need one of these full coverage aprons.

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