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Three-time author Lesley Ware is a fashion-as-self-care advocate, a fashion designer, and an educator. This apron dress comes from her first collection that explores her family fashion history. After visiting the farmland in Kentucky where her father was born, she was inspired to create a series of modern farm girl wear. This dress is adorable and easy to make, requiring just one piece of fabric cut twice. Lesley demonstrates how to sew the dress from start to finish, including darts for shaping and pockets to stash your treasures.
Learn how to:
- Sew a reversible apron dress
- Make darts
- Add pockets
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Woven fabric - 1 ½ - 2 yards of cotton or linen
- Two #10 snaps
- Fabric scissors
- Tracing paper and tracing wheel
- Sewing machine and matching thread
- Iron and ironing surface
- Hand sewing needle
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