We are in love with this Owl Apron and it’s perfect for the little helper in your life. You’ll love this Owl Apron Tutorial ..
The free pattern includes downloadable pattern templates to print for both the Owl Face and the feather pattern of the apron.
You’ll need around half a yard each of six different fabrics to make two aprons. It’s a fantastic way to use leftover fabrics as well. Your little helper will love assisting Mum or Nana in the kitchen with this gorgeous apron.
Owl Apron Tutorial via Pink When
They would make lovely handmade gifts too! We’ve also included a link where you can purchase an Owl Apron if you prefer not to make it.
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If you would like to purchase an Owl Apron, they are available for sale on Etsy. Get Yours Here