Beginner Hobby Apron Pattern Review: Adjustable Neck and Fastener with Video Tutorial and Top Pocket Velcro Closure

Hobby Apron Pattern

Enjoy making this Beginner Friendly Hobby Apron.  Use for Grilling, Gardening, Painting and Art Class!

One of our over 125 sewing patterns for one time $67 in our pattern library.  >>Click Here to see how to purchase this pattern library.  

We also have a child’s size hobby apron available now on the paid site,.  See the blog here.

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Hobby Apron for Under $10 in supplies, Easy and Fast!

Women's Hobby Apron: Beginner Level

Small, Medium, Large, XLarge

This pattern is great for a beginner.  The top pocket (instead of complicated pockets) and the assembly make this beginner able.

Fabric is also great for a beginner:  Up to 7-8oz Twill, Denim, Coating, Corduroy, Canvas, (Garbardine is good, but the surface will repel liquids to drip down)

We used a beautiful Japanese Twill and we’ve found a similar 100% cotton twill to suggest. 



Video Tutorials

Two video tutorials are included in this pattern.  One for the TriGlide Metal fastener and one for the top pocket.  Availble only on the paid membership platform.  

Top Pocket Video

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>See the Women’s Petal Skirt for Work or Special event: available on our paid membership site.

Current Members:  Access this pattern on our library by logging into the library.  See baby accessories under newborns and babies.

Purchasing this Pattern:   This bib is available for free with the sampler site AND it’s available as part of our pattern library (125 patterns for $67) in our sales offer at  

Molly McGuire

Hi! My name is Molly McGuire, and my number one passion is sewing. In fact, I've dedicated my entire life to it. When I was a little girl, I used to love watching my grandma work on her sewing machine. She could make anything. She made all the clothes for the entire family, and it was so amazing! Today, I continue my grandma's legacy by making clothes for our extended family and teaching proper sewing techniques to our students. I get a great deal of satisfaction from teaching others. Once again, thank you for visiting my blog and please feel free to reach out to me! I would love to hear from you! Enjoy! Molly

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