Thursday, September 27, 2012

Free pattern day: Aprons

Here are more than 30 free apron patterns to whet your appetite: plain or fancy; ruffled or pleated; half, full, and chef's aprons, and aprons for children!  To go to a pattern: Scroll down the page until you see the quilt you like, then click on the words "CLICK for PDF download" (or the hyperlinked website name) in the title above the quilt.

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Mod Apron, free pattern by Paintbrush Studios (CLICK for PDF download)

Retro Star Apron, free pattern at Paintbrush Studios (CLICK for PDF download)

Basic Apron
, free pattern at Wilmington Prints (CLICK for PDF download)

Fiesta Apron, free pattern by Heidi Pridemore for Blank Quilting (CLICK for PDF download)

Country Cuisine Apron, free pattern at Henry Glass Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Seafood Shack Apron Set, free pattern at Northcott Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Button Down Apron from recycled shirts, free pattern by Susan Wasinger for Lark Crafts (CLICK for PDF download)

Kitchen Pals apron, trivet and oven mitt, free pattern at Windham Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Spice It Up apron, free pattern by Pat Bravo (CLICK for PDF download)

Reversible Apron tutorial at Some of This and That (CLICK for tutorial)

Shop Apron tutorial at Purl Soho (CLICK for tutorial)

Linen cross-back apron tutorial at Purl Soho (CLICK for tutorial)

Knotty Little Apron tutorial by Happy Quilting Melissa (CLICK for tutorial)

Retro Apron, free pattern by The Crafty Kitty for Birch Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download

No Seams Exposed Apron tutorial at Stitches in Play (CLICK for tutorial)

Easy Grilling Apron tutorial by The Crafting Chicks (CLICK for tutorial)

Jeni Reversible Apron tutorial by Luvinthemommyhood for Art Gallery Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Easy half apron with jumbo pockets, tutorial at Sew 4 Home (CLICK for tutorial)

Barista apron, free pattern at Robert Kaufman Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Button Top Apron with wrap around pockets by Marjolein Bastin, free tutorial at Sew 4 Home (CLICK for tutorial

Everyday Party Apron by Heidi Staples, tutorial at Birch Fabrics (CLICK for tutorial)

Tea 4 Two Apron, free pattern by Bethany Fuller for Windham Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

One-Yard "Use-it-all" Apron pattern and tutorial by Erika at Miss Sews It All (CLICK for tutorial)

 Simple Apron tutorial by Bari J  (CLICK for PDF download

 Reversible café apron tutorial by Shelley Detton at 7 layer studio (CLICK for tutorial

Lined Apron Tutorial by Louise at Lululollylegs (CLICK for tutorial)

Hostess Apron by Tammy Vasser for Windham Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Apron in an Hour, free pattern by Jona Giammalva of Stop Staring and Start Sewing (CLICK for tutorial)

A Fabric Lover's Apron Tutorial at Maureen Cracknell Handmade (CLICK for tutorial)

Berry Good cocktail apron, free pattern by Irene Berry for Windham Fabrics (CLICK for PDF download)

Four-fat-quarter apron tutorial at Maureen Cracknell Handmade (CLICK for tutorial)

Tea Time half apron with applique, tutorial at Sew 4 Home (CLICK for tutorial)

Empire-waist apron tutorial by Shelley Detton at 7 layer studio (CLICK for tutorial)

Pumps and Pearls Apron tutorial by Delia Randall at Delia Creates (CLICK for tutorial)

Romantic Cottage Style Apron tutorial, full or half apron, at Sew 4 Home (CLICK for tutorial)

Bakers Apron tutorial and downloadable template at Martha Stewart Living (CLICK for tutorial)

Adjustable Unisex Apron tutorial at the Purl Bee (CLICK for tutorial)

Reversible kid’s apron tutorial by Tamara Kate at Kaya Joy Designs (CLICK for tutorial)

 Valentine Appliqued Aprons for mother and daughter by Maureen Cracknell (CLICK for tutorial)

Kids Apron by Rin from Sew In Love, free tutorial posted at Skip To My Lou (CLICK for tutorial)

Image credits: This post was updated on August 5, 2022. All images are copyrighted by their owners. Please respect their generosity in sharing their free patterns, and the restrictions they have placed on the use of these designs. Complete information can be found at the designers' websites provided in the links.  Some of these are tutorials while others have downloadable (.pdf) patterns; we have tried to note which is which in the title above each photo.  If any links are broken, we'd love to know; email us at Quilt Inspiration.


  1. Ooh! Aprons! I've been thinking of making a few of these for Christmas! :)

  2. What a lot of lovely aprons to choose from

  3. What great ideas! Gotta make some new aprons... Thanks for sharing!

  4. Great resource list, thank you!!

  5. Thank you for all those lovely models of aprons. This posting help me a lot. Thanks you for all my life.


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