DIY Ruffled Half Apron – How To Ideas

Let’s break away from the usual how-to on food recipes and touch on the other aspect associated with the culinary world that is – the art of making a simple “half apron”.

There are a variety of half apron designs. Our focus is the design in the image below.

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Image from http://imgfave.com/

Aprons with ruffles are adorable but do consider carefully the choice of fabric, colour and pattern. Below is the how-to video.

If you can get the sewing concept of the ruffled half apron right, you will be able to customize the design to fit your preference, or recreate a ruffled half apron maid costume for the cosplay of your favourite anime “meido” character(s). πŸ˜‰

misaki ayuzawa_kaichou wa maidsama maid

Image from www.animemay.com

So allow your sewing skill to get fired-up, your hands dirty with the sewing machine and most importantly have fun! πŸ˜€

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