I promised you another free pattern, and I’m excited to share it with you on free pattern Friday! The Krista apron is fun and flirty with an elastic ruched top, cute little side pocket and ruffled bottom. Perfect for the feminine chef!

Custom Order: Krista Apron

Click here to download the Krista Apron Pattern in 8.5 x 11 pdf format. I share this pattern with you guys to make for yourselves, as gifts but I do so under one condition. Please upload a photo of any completed aprons in this flickr group so I can see what y’all are making!

Also this should go without being said but I’ll say it anyways: please do not sell items made from this free pattern and do not claim it as your own design!

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21 Responses to Free Pattern:: Krista Apron

  1. Sweet, now I only need to borrow a sewing machine!

  2. Kelli says:

    This apron has gone on my list of ‘Things to Sew!’ Thanks for sharing Beth!

  3. […] Elizabeth from Think Liz shares a free pattern on her blog for her Krista Apron.  This apron is all girly-goodness with a ruffle at the bottom and a shirred top.  Go to the free pattern. […]

  4. madebymegs says:

    Thank you for the pattern…this apron is very pretty :)

  5. Mama Lusco says:

    Thanks for the great pattern! This is exactly what I’ve been looking for – a fun, pretty apron. :)

  6. Rachel says:

    That is so pretty! I love the top and the pocket. Very cute! I just came across your blog via Craft Gossip. I would love to link to this if you didn’t mind.

  7. Crafty Mummy says:

    Hi, Just wanted to let you know that I featured your gorgeous apron on my blog: http://mummycrafts.blogspot.com/2010/03/prettiest-apron.html
    I have a button if you want to grab one for your blog 😉

  8. […] that I’ve made using a free pattern I’ve found on the web. This week I bring you Krista’s Apron from Think […]

  9. Stacy M says:

    Great pattern! I made one and blogged about it. It’s hanging in my quilt shop to inspire others (with a note as to where they can go to get your pattern!)


  10. cliodana says:

    thank you this is very pretty

  11. Stephanie says:

    I used your pattern today to make a fabulous apron. I loved the easy instructions!


  12. Very, very, very pretty indeed! Is it much harder to make without a store pattern? I am trying to make one with my own tissue papper, and a red bib style plain apron. I do not know if the measurements will be even, and correct, though! Beautiful pictures of aprons here!

  13. […] wouldn’t be complete without a few apron patterns so I headed to Pinterest.  I found this FREE Krista Apron Pattern by Think Liz.  Love her choice in […]

  14. […] Pretty Apron Pattern – Think Liz […]

  15. Vanessa says:

    I can’t wait to try this. So cute!

  16. […] Cute Frilly Apron: Make a chic apron like the ones you see in the store for much more. […]

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