Do you have kids who really love being in the kitchen with you? While that might not be safe, most times it is impossible to get them out of the kitchen. You can allow them to stay, but they will need an apron. So, check the ideas below to create your kids’ apron at home.
Child’s Reversible Fat Quarter Apron
This idea is so adorable to be your weekend project for your kids who love being with you in the kitchen. The materials you need are 2 fat quarters, 18’’ pom trim, a scrap of rickrack to trim the pocket, 2 yards of 1’’ wide grosgrain ribbon, 1 ¾” or 1” button, and fabric pattern.
Child Sensory Apron
It is mentioned as an easy and interactive sensory apron you can create in 20 minutes or less without any sewing. Besides, this fun and easy way to create a sensory apron will allow you to create something hugely beneficial on a small budget. The materials you need are an apron, a Zip-lock baggie, beads, zipper, yarn, curly gift bow, velcro, hot glue gun, and hot glue sticks.
DIY Dish Towel Apron
A Dishtowel apron is a good idea with the right size for kids. Here, you can use one dish towel and make the whole body of the apron out of it. After that, the twill tape is used for the neckband and ties while the cotton fabric is used to add a pocket to the front. The materials you need are a dish towel, twill tape, scissors, and canvas.
Veggies Kids Apron
The supplies you need for this project are a printable pattern, fabric, 2 packages of bias tape, matching tape, pins, scissors, and a ruler. This type of apron is cute for kids around 3-6 years old. The trick is when you want to make it wider cut it vertically down the center and add a few inches. On the other hand, when you want to make it longer, cut it horizontally, above the bottom curved edges, and add a few inches.