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Instruction for making a crayon apron

Posted by czarena12a (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 25, 07 at 14:52

I would like to make a crayon apron for my gd and a crayon caddy for my gs. Does anyone have any instructions for this. Thanks


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RE: Instruction for making a crayon apron

Here's a link ,i think you can probably do this without a pattern.Just look at the pictures here,easy to figure out.

http://www.sewspecial.org/Gateway.htm

here's another:

http://familycrafts.about.com/od/easysewin1/


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RE: Instruction for making a crayon apron

Great sites thanks. I did a search and didn't come up with anything like this. Thanks Again.


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RE: Instruction for making a crayon apron

Hi, I hate being a poster pooper but these crayon apron things were very popular back in the 70s. However, the recipients found that once the crayons were no longer nice and new and were indeed "short", they were impossible for little or big finger to get them out.

In my opinion it would be better to make horizontal pockets using something see through so that the color could be seen and the crayon could easily be retrieved no matter how short it got to be.

Hope this is helpful.


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