Crisscross Apron sewing pattern from Mary Mulari Designs

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Crisscross Apron Pattern from Mary Mulari Designs.

Most often requested apron style now available.

Made from two 1 yard lengths of fabric, the apron features two pockets on each reversible side, options for sizing, and a comfortable fit with no ties or strings.

Pattern includes a color cover, clear instructions and durable paper for multiple uses.

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Crisscross Apron sewing pattern from Mary Mulari Designs
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Crisscross Apron sewing pattern from Mary Mulari Designs
Had fun making this Apron
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What a fun apron to make , I did read the instructions a few times before I started.
It had been a very ,very long time since I followed a pattern of any kind .
This pattern was easy , And if I could do it anyone can .
It felt good to get back in to the grove .

It being reversible ,really gave it some flair, let alone body and you could get creative .

I use a solid colour on one side and a Scottish plaid on the other.
With completely different colour pattern for the pockets... Little cats on the solid side and Little Scotties on the plaid side.. Too cute

I had made it for a friend. For the Holidays .
She loved it...

Crisscross Apron sewing pattern from Mary Mulari Designs
Wish I had
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This is the first time I have made this kind of apron. The pattern and instructions are clear. I wish I had thought to make it out of material that won't wrinkle when it is washed. (Since I used cotton, to look nice it will need ironed each time it is washed). I thought I'd like no ties, but it is not a very flattering style to wear. It is a little confusing to put on, but will get used to that. Not sure I'll make another crisscross apron but I have nothing against Mary Mulari's patterns.
Crisscross Apron sewing pattern from Mary Mulari Designs
GREAT DESIGN
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I was looking for some thing retro that didn't look like something out of a 1950's or 1960's sitcom. I wanted something easy to put on and take off, especially for holiday and big crowd dinners. LOVE the design, LOVE the easy construction, LOVE that it's reversible. I've made a Thanksgiving/Christmas reversible, patriotic/1940s reversible, and several sewing quilting theme reversible for quilt guild fundraisers; I plan to make several for church fundraisers as well.