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How to make a Custom Shop Apron

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To avoid sawdust in my pockets, I made a custom shop apron!
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I work in the shop pretty much every day, and most of those days I leave with pockets full of sawdust. I decided to finally make a custom shop apron to try to get my pockets a little cleaner.
I’m also a complete sewing novice, so it was a great chance for me to practice my sewing. I learned a TON. I feel way more comfortable with basic stitching and the working of the sewing machine after this simple project. I used waxed cotton and some cotton webbing to make the apron.


(some are better than the versions I own) – Waxed Canvas – Canvas webbing – Slide buckles – Sewing Machine – Seam Ripper – Sewing Gauge – Rotary cutter – Fiskars cutting mat – First aid kit

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