Two-Minute T-Shirt Apron Tutorial

23 Responses

  1. Jackie says:

    really amazing…and fast!!!!!
    very clever & creative

  2. Jody Sloan says:

    love it…Thanks for sharing! I have a few t-shirts I can cut up too – WOO HOO!!!

  3. Cyndee says:

    Are you near the floods? Hope Iowa dries out soon. Send some our way; we are having a drought here.

  4. Kayla K says:

    I was near the floods. My college town of Ames, Iowa was badly flooded and there is still a boil order in effect. I made it home to my parent’s home where there is no flooding yet, but it is such a crazy summer for weather! It is nice of you to think of us here in Iowa! We would love to share some of our rain!

  5. Chris says:

    Loved the tutorial. It saved me a lot of frustration. Seriously, thank you.

  6. Cole says:

    This is GREAT! I just made one out of my husbands shirts (he will never know). I have been wanting an apron but am tight on money. Thank you!!

  7. Gold Party says:

    Looks nice and easy to do! And very useful to protect your clothes too.

  8. Ann says:

    I have been looking for exactly this type of apron! It will be perfect for all our Sunday schoolers and vacation bible school this year. We have lots of fun but also lots of mess and this solution for a few old T’s is absolutely the best. Thank you so much and God bless you for sharing.

  9. Megan says:

    Stumbled upon this tutorial as I’m thinking of making aprons to go with a Christmas present. I am 99% sure I understand it…but I am wondering what happens with the big rectangle from the back of the shirt that you cut out, to free the straps. It doesn’t seem that it is used for anything–I was wondering if it could be sewn on to the bottom of the front, to add some extra length? (Trying to make his-and-hers aprons with college t-shirts, but HE is taller than the shirt is meant for!)

  10. Kayla K says:

    That sounds like a great idea!

  11. Eric says:

    That is awesome, my wife is going through my drawers right now to pick out a good tshirt! That saves me the trouble of sewing one out of some left over fabric. (Probably still sew on a couple of pockets on the front though).

  12. Francy says:

    THANK you for this idea? I am almost don with school to become a teacher and I will definitely do these for my paint smocks!

  13. Debi says:

    This is fabulous!!! I went to a flower pot painting party and luncheon today and our hostess had made all of us an apron from t-shirts to protect our clothes. We all got to take ours home with us and she even showed us how to make it.
    I am hosting a BBQ this weekend and I have made aprons for my guests using our organization’s T-shirts we had left over from organization day.
    Thank you, I know it’ll be a hit!!!

  14. Elena Lai Etcheverry says:

    Thank you so much for this! It was the best! I used the sleeves to make pockets and now I have aprons for our charity to use at events. We had left over xxxls to use up so this was perfect! I posted it on facebook and linked to your blog to give you credit for the awesome idea!

  15. heather says:

    Fantastic! Thank you for sharing this! I just made 4 for my daughter’s art class:-)

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