Everyone needs to wear an apron! These free apron patterns would make a great gift for anyone! Grab your sewing machine, you will love all these creative and beautiful apron patterns.

Do you like to sew? Try this reversible tote bag pattern or make this zipper pouch.

Got old shirts? Make a  Shirt Apron with this easy tutorial. It is so easy and so fun.

shirt apron

Don’t miss this tutorial on how to make the perfect ruffly apron to wear while baking your apple pies & roasting a turkey. Aprons are a southern thing, y’all, but I promise you can rock one too– especially one this cute!

ruffly apron

A cute little Retro Christmas half apron that would be fun to wear during all your Christmas Cookie baking – or to give as a hostess gift at a party.

retro apron

This vintage handkerchief apron makes a stunning handmade gift if you can bear to give it away.


Try this free pattern! I love this darling Ruffled Apron. It is the perfect way to use scraps and is so cute and feminine.

ruffled apron

This Holiday Dishtowel Apron is so easy to make and makes a darling handmade gift. It makes the perfect holiday gift.


This sewing apron is such a genius idea! You will love having pockets to store your tools.

sewing apron

This year make personalized aprons for your teacher gifts!

best teacher ever

Extra dishtowels make simple and easy aprons. This one is perfect for a young child. Make a child’s dishtowel apron.

child dish towel apron

Even though this looks complicated it really is a simple child’s apron to make for your favorite little girls.

child apron

Make a child’s apron. The neck strap and waist tie of the apron are actually one long piece of fabric webbing tape, which makes it adjustable and easy to fit most kids. You can decorate the front pocket with any motif that the child likes, or in my case, a cute red love heart.

kids apron

This snowman apron crochet pattern is a free pattern you are going to want to make for every little one in your life! They will love baking all winter long in it!



This is such a classic apron. Try making this fun Cottage Chic Cooking Apron. It is a great sewing project.

cooking apron

This Full Length Lined Apron Pattern provides full coverage and comes together so easily. I love the adjustable neck strap.

Full length apron

Want an apron that is fun and frilly? Make this Reversible Scalloped Half Apron

Scalloped apron

This Reversible Half Apron is fun because you can do two prints. It is so versatile.

reversible apron

Tea towels are my favorite. This Tea Towel Half Apron is so simple. You won’t believe what you can make with a dish towel.

tea towel apron

This Tea Towel Apron has a great style without a lot of fuss.

full length tea towel apron

This  DIY apron is functional and tailored. You will love this Two Tea Towel Apron.easy apron

Do you love Gardening? This Garden Apron Tutorial is so handy when you are working outside.

gardening apron

An apron packaged with something yummy from your kitchen or a set of recipe cards makes a great gift.


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  1. I have looked through hundreds of patterns – all great- but what I really want is a clothes peg holder apron….I have an idea in my head and will go ahead to sew one….but it would be great if there were a choice of patterns/projects to choose from.
    Many thanks

  2. Thank you for these patterns! I have ‘pinned’ your scalloped pattern and link on one of my boards. Very cute!

  3. These are all so cute. I especially LOVE the ruffle apron and think the t-shirt aprons are brilliant for kids and art projects!

  4. I wear an apron almost everyday. I presently have three different ones but may be adding a really rufflely one like in your post. Thanks for all the styles. Visiting from waddleeahchaa.com. We are focusing on sorting this week. Stop by,leave a comment and you are entered to win our sorting materials. 🙂

  5. Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you! I’ve made 1 or 2 but really wanted to learn more, especially before Christmas!

  6. I love your aprons, but am looking for an apron with sleeves. Have you seen or do you know where I could find a pattern? I have one now, but it is old, stained and worn out! Thanks.

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