Look at the sad condition of the neck strap.
You have your choice of 4 different curves. I picked the widest one and placed it 1/4-inch from the raw edges of my pocket bottom. Round the corner by cutting away the "point".
Slide this onto the second metal piece to turn up the hem. I used the tip of my iron to press the curve.
Here is the pocket ready to sew onto my apron.
After it is sewed on my apron.
Ta Da! My completed apron! Do you see that I sewed a short strap on the left side in this photo?
Seems like I am constantly washing my hands while I cook. This little strap is to hang my kitchen towel from. No more searching where I layed my towel. Ha! I've never seen that on a $40 store bought apron!
This was a quick and easy project but I have made more involved aprons too.
This is one I made for Mr. Lucky a number of years ago using a commercial pattern. The body and swim shorts are machine appliqued onto the apron. The swim shorts have elastic at the top and is actually a large pocket.
Chest, complete with chest hairs, are hand embroidered.
Want a peek inside the shorts? Sorry, this apron is rated G!