Flirty Apron Tutorial

DIY Flirty Apron Tutorial
Being a busy wife and mom, I tend to spent a decent amount of my time in the kitchen.  Let’s be honest, when you’re in the kitchen – your first thought isn’t about your appearance, right?!?  You are focused on getting the meal prepped!!  Who knew that throwing on a SUPER cute apron would not only change the way you feel about yourself….BUT…it would be a “turn-on” to the hubby as well!?!   I have seen these types of cutesy aprons everywhere and I’d been dying to make one of my very own.  I made it extra flirty for my husband, too!  I’m SO excited to share with you a tutorial on how to make a “flirty” apron just in time for Thanksgiving.
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Here is a “sneak peek”….

So go get cookin’ and flirtin’ with my free Flirty Apron Tutorial {download below} that walks you through a step-by-step process on how to make this amazing apron.  It can be used in more ways than just cooking in the kitchen. *WINK* I know my husband loves this one I made, I bet your husband will too!

If you aren’t crafty and just want to purchase an Flirty Apron on a sweet sale, the online Flirty Aprons store has their Blue Chocolate Apron on Sale!   FLASH SALE: Monday only. 50% off the Womens Original Blue Chocolate apron with code CHOCOLATE50

 

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About the Author: Kristen

In December 2005, I married the most amazing man who compliments me perfectly. Together we love to travel, discover new places, and live an active lifestyle. We also love our movie nights consisting of a redbox and a bowl of mint chocolate chip ice cream. My interests range from being a momma, to hairstyling, to photography, to crafting, to decorating, to planning, to blogging, to meeting new people, and the list goes on forever...

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  1. I love the apron! I read the tutorial, but could not download the pattern :(.
    Any chance you could send it to me via email? Would love to try to make this apron 🙂

  2. I have the fabric and am ready to make this for my friend for Christmas but I can’t find the link to download the pattern. I have no problem with the directions but can’t find the pattern. I see others have said the same thing but didn’t see anything telling them what to do. Suggestions?

  3. Outstanding tutorial, pictures – best one on searching pinterest ideas for an hour! Thank you… now I only wish I would have started this back in the summer… girls: daughters, nieces and only a month till Christmas! 😉

  4. I experienced similar printing problems. This is easily solved…If you save the tutorial to your desktop, you can print it from there… voila!
    Thank you for this tutorial! This is a fabulous pattern. I am making several for my sisters and mother, to go along with a cookbook of family recipes that I made for each of them for Christmas.

  5. Hello! I’ve just come across your super cute tutorial for the flirty apron! It’s the cutest I’ve found yet and want to get a head start on some Christmas presents for my girls, but I have a rather silly question for you. I’ve downloaded the pattern instructions; however, I’m stumped on how to measure out and cut the curved lines (i.e. arm pit area and then the curve across the bottom. I can’t seem to get it right at all. Would you happen to have an actual pattern to use as a guide rather than trying to “eyeball’ those curved cuts? Thanks in advance for any advice/help you can give!!

  6. SUPER cute apron! I’m so excited that I came across your tutorial! I am planning on making several for my daughters for Christmas; however, I have somewhat of a silly question to ask! I am measuring out the pattern per the instructions, but am having trouble cutting the curved lines (armhole area and across the bottom). I just can’t draw a nice curved lined for those areas. Any ideas on how to do that? Or perhaps is ther an actual pattern that’s available for purchase? I would so be willing to buy it! I just want to get it right and not have it look all kitty-wampas! Thanks for your help in advance!