aprons — How to Sew an Adorable VICTORIAN APRON: No Machine Needed! | Historical Sewing Tutorial

How to Sew an Adorable VICTORIAN APRON: No Machine Needed! | Historical Sewing Tutorial



It’s been a long time since I last posted a sewing tutorial, so I wanted to share this demonstration on how to sew an adorable Victorian apron. This historic fashion accessory is quite simple and easy to make, and the apron is entirely hand-sewn, so no machine is required to complete this project. One of the best qualities of this 19th century fashion item is its supreme versatility. Although I decided to make my own apron from practical and lightweight linen, the same design can be made from any fabric, even fine silk, and embellished with various trims, embroidery, lace inserts, ruffles and more. The possibilities of this fundamental base are endless. Not only is this piece of clothing a period fashion accessory, it’s also perfect for those looking to spruce up their rustic or historic wardrobe as it helps give any ensemble an archaic or vintage look. Aprons are also a great way to protect your period clothing from food, dyes, and other things that can stain clothing. I hope I’ve explained this historical sewing tutorial with clear enough instructions, but if there’s anything you need to clarify or need a deeper explanation, I’ll do my best to answer. Thanks so much for watching and I’ll see you all on Thursday for another video. Vash et al. V. Birch Grove. Be sure to download the free JPG of the pattern I made for this apron so you have a quick guide on how to make your own apron pieces: Social Media: Patreon — Instagram — Facebook — Business Inquiries — vbirchwood@helmtalentgroup.com Sources: Timestamps : 0:00 Why did I sew a 19th century apron? 1:30 What materials do you need for a Victorian apron? 2:48 Take measurements and cut fabric 6:01 Hem 6:51 Finish top edge 7:27 How to pleat 9:42 Sew on and attach waistband 12:26 Sew on hems (optional) 12:41 Safety hooks and eyes 13:36 Closing thoughts on creating a victorian apron 2:02 pm End Screen All music is from Epidemic Sound. #HistoricalSewingTutorial #Victorian #HistoricalSewingforBeginners

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