~Cookin’ in Color Serger Apron with Zipper pocket~
It’s no secret that I love my serger. As you have read in my blog previously, sergers and I go way back. When I was a freshman in high school I got my first serger (read about it here). Though my current serger is older, faded to an unattractive yellow tint and the front door hinge broke, it still works just fine for me. I’ve been fortunate to work on fancy sergers and maybe someday I will have one, but for now a good basic serger does the trick. Check out my new Cookin’ in Color Serger Apron. It’s sorta colorblocked with a nice towel loop, long waistband, deep pocket and an extra pocket on the top with a zipper closure.
Is the Serger Apron easy to make?
This pattern comes with full detailed images and I would say it’s not complete beginner, but more intermediate. The only reason is because of the zipper. So if you’re a beginner and still want to try, just omit the zipper.
Let’s take a look at a few of the different images from the pattern.
Here is one of the images showing the zipper insertion…
Another detailed image featuring the fabric so you can’t make a mistake.
I even included the blue painters tape 🙂
Hope this gives you an idea what to expect inside!!
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What do I need to make the Serger Apron?
- Wonder Clips (here are some different options)
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What fabrics do I need?
- Fabric A (Dots) 1/2 yard
- Fabric B (Mushroom) 2-1/2 yards
- Fabric C (Black) Fat quarter
- Fabric D (Cream) 1/2 yard
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What else do I need?
There are three types of threads used in this serer apron.
- (1) Untwisted texturized serger thread, i.e. Woolly nylon, Poly Nylon or Maxi Lock Stretch is a great thread too!
- (1) Decorative thread, I used the Sulky Blendables 30 wt.
- (4) Standard Serger thread
Are you ready to start stitching?
Then it’s time to buy the pattern!
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