How to Do an Apron Using an Old Shirt

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Introduction: How to Do an Apron Using an Old Shirt

About: Two long time friends in different continents talking about crafts!

We'll quickly demonstrate how to turn an old (and big) shirt an apron when you're in need. It's simple, it's quick, and it's useful.

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Step 1: Choose a Shirt

Pick an old shirt, the bigger the better. Mine is XL.

Step 2: Follow the Video


...and good luck!

Step 3: Done!

Ta-da. Apron ready to use!
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    randofo
    randofo

    12 years ago

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    pauprint
    pauprint

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I think this is terrific; simple, to the point. I've sent this to all my apron making friends.