I have a pair of worn out coveralls ( and maybe a little small now after the xmas season). After spending almost 100 bucks on them i did not want to throw them away.
Inspiration hit me at 5am while I was feeding my infant son on the sofa in the dark.....
A man apron for working in the shop!!!

Step 1: Supplies and Stuff

Tools and supplies:
old coveralls
needle and thread or sewing machine
ironing board
time.....of course
<p>Good Idea. </p><p>Here's a tip whenever I needed to patch a rip or hole in my overalls instead of sewing I use Speed Sew, a fabric adhesive. It holds up quite well to ware and tear and washing</p><p><a href="http://speed-sew.com" rel="nofollow">http://speed-sew.com</a></p>
<p>I've been adding back sections to denim aprons for my husband who works around sharp metal tables/wire/ etc. This would be SO much simpler! Thanks!</p>
Well done! Very clear instructions. I'm so going to try this.

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