What’s the Project? What could be cuter than a fun Christmas apron while you bake all those Christmas cookies? Use this Christmas apron pattern to sew a fun Santa apron for the holidays.
One of my very favorite parts of the holiday season is the baking! I love to be in the kitchen making sugary cookies and decadent fudge and dancing to Christmas music while I bake. I love having my boys in the kitchen with me enjoying the holiday season together. It’s such a festive tradition and it’s the best because I get to eat a lot of treats!
Why not add a little bit of fun to your holiday baking by making this cute Christmas apron that looks like Santa’s suit. Cute and simple and festive. It would also make a great gift for someone who loves to bake-just make sure to give it to her early enough that she has time to wear it while she bakes this holiday season!
This apron is fairly easy to make and turns out so cute! Put on some Christmas music or a Christmas movie while you sew and it should be perfect!
Christmas Apron Pattern:
- 1 yard red fabric
- 1 yard white fabric
- Thick black ribbon
- Narrow silver ribbon
To make this Christmas apron you are going to follow the Ruffle Apron pattern that I have here. You are going to make it JUST like that EXCEPT that you need to make the Santa part first.
To do the Santa part, you are going to do it just like I did in these Santa Hand Towels.
If you combine those two tutorials, you can create this.
Cut your black ribbon a little longer than the apron is wide. Cut your silver ribbon-4 pieces-to make the buckle and sew all of that in place first (again, follow the hand towel tutorial to see how to do this). Then follow the Ruffled Apron instructions using white for the ruffle and red for the body and soon you’ve got a Santa apron!
So darling isn’t it?! Now get baking! If you need some help with what to bake, here are some fun Christmas treats and some great Christmas cookies.
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The link to the apron pattern is not working again. It keeps telling me that I’ve been redirected too many times (whatever that means!)
Sorry about that. It’s fixed now.
Thank you for this tutorial. I just made the Santa apron and it is adorable!
I’m so glad you liked the tutorial!
i cannot get the link for the ruffle apron to work :/
Sorry about that! It’s fixed now.
the apron pattern link isnt working for me.
Sorry about that-it’s fixed!
Hi, the link to the ruffled apron pattern is not working. Would you plz provide it? Thanks!
It’s fixed now. 🙂
I bought 1 yd of red and 1 yd of white as the post said to do. I’m not sure why but 1 yd of red isn’t enough for a front and back on the apron. Is it going to look terrible if I don’t have 2 pieces? I really don’t want to have to go all the way back to the store :-/
I used white on the back. Probably should have clarified that. Sorry!
Cute!! I’ve got a Craft Gossip post scheduled for this evening that links to your tutorial:
Great! Thank you!
Crystal Nell says
I wish I knew how to sew….this is so adorable!! Love it!!
Just adorable !! Thanks for sharing (I have 3 granddaughters who would love to have this !! and maybe if I get all the other things done they want .. maybe they will get it this Christmas if not then next !LOL)
Thanks for putting this out there so we all can read about it and do it or put it on a list to be done !!
Have a most wonderful Thanksgiving to you and your family!!!