Toddler Kitchen Apron with Purple Shirt-Sleeve-Pockets
|DIY crocheted hat, fleece pants, and kitchen apron|
|short sleeves for the pockets|
|grosgrain ribbon for the ties|
- Inspired by Aesthetic Nest's Child's Reversible Fat Quarter Apron.
- Made the length shorter than the tutorial (18"x18") since it's for a toddler and that's how much scrap fabric I had!
- For the pockets I used two shirt sleeves from an old shirt since I didn't use two different fabrics for the apron but still wanted contrasting pockets.
|This apron is toddler-approved!|
|The neck strap was a little long (used 16" per Aesthetic Nest's tutorial but that's for an older child so I could use 14" for the next toddler one) so I looped the waist straps up into the neck strap and tied a bow.|