One Size Fits Most
This front overlapped cover-up can be worn as a cover-up in the kitchen or as a fashionable vest-like smock out in the world. Only yard of fabric is required to make this simply stated style, great for beginners. Follow step-by-step instructions that teach you how to create a pleat, apron ties, and how to apply binding to the raw edge to finish. 'One-Yard Overlap Apron' pattern by Amy Barickman for Indygo Junction. Fabric Requirements: 1 yd of 44" wide cotton fabric; Two packages of 1/4" wide double fold bias tape; Chalk marking pencil or transfer paper. Each front side section is 16" wide and the length is 35" - back of neck to bottom front. One size fits most.