Turkey Apron

Time Required: 2 hours (per apron)

Cook up Thanksgiving dinner in style with this fun turkey apron for adults and kids.

Materials and supplies

  • Brother Sewing and Embroidery Machine
  • Brother ScanNCut CM650W
  • Brother Middle Tack Adhesive Mat CAMATM12
  • Brother Standard Cut Blade CABLDP1
  • 2 meters of fabric for the aprons (excluding turkey appliqués and ruffle trim)
  • Assorted fabric scraps for the turkey appliqués and ruffle trim
  • Brother Iron-on Stabilizer SA519
  • Brother Embroidery Thread and Bobbin Thread
  • 2 D-rings for each apron
  • Iron-on Fabric Appliqué CASTBL1
  • Brother Ruffler Foot SA565C

Note: This apron is lined so there’s no need to add binding or hem the edges. Lining also gives the reverse side a clean finish. If you like, you can always make this apron with a single layer or fabric and finish its edges with a hem or binding. Remember to adjust your fabric
measurements accordingly.

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