Added Apr 7, 2010
by Kate L
Saint Louis, Uni...
I made this apron for my Sculpture class. We were mixing and using plaster and I was tired of getting my clothes dirty. I used my measurements and sketching directly on the fabric with chalk to get the shape. It has pockets for tools in the front, ties behind the waist, and has a button closure for the neck strap. There are some tiny pleats on skirt part just for fun.
green patterned cotton? from my mom’s stash. I wasn’t picky with this material since it would get covered in plaster and dust anyway.
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