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::New Pattern Alert:: The Hepworth Apron

We just received Jenni Smith’s Hepworth Apron pattern at Fancy Tiger and we are so excited to add this to our arsenal of modern sewing patterns. It is truly the perfect shop girl accessory or great for any of your other creative endeavors- in the studio, garden or kitchen!

Jenni Smith's Hepworth Apron

Pattern: Hepworth Apron by Jenni Smith
Materials: 1.65 yards of Light Weight Duck Cloth in Granite
Size Made: L-XL

Hepworth Apron at Fancy Tiger

This dual sized pattern is designed to help build new skills and focuses on perfecting patch pockets, french seams, and sewing curved lines. Built to be a teaching tool, Hepworth is great for beginner sewists or those looking to expand their skills.


Still feeling a bit too intimated to take on the Hepworth Apron? Sign up for Krystal Thomas’ class on December 16th. She will walk you through all the steps and give you the confidence to make your very own hand-sewn apron.

Hemline of Hepworth Aprong

This sample is made up in stable but elegant lightweight duck cloth. This speckled lightweight canvas made of recycled hemp and organic cotton is our go-to basic for functional and flattering garments like the Hepworth Apron.

Cross Back Hepworth Apron

Make Hepworth your own by adding contrasting pockets, embroidery, beading, deColourant or paint. The possibilities are endless.

Comments on this post (3)

  • Sep 30, 2020

    Does this pattern have yardage required for 44 inch wide cotton such as Kona? Would you recommend using a cotton?

    — Bobbie Leamer

  • May 08, 2018

    Hello Barbara,
    We don’t see any reason why you couldn’t split the front of the main pattern piece and add some extra width for a roomier fit. As you can see the armholes are already very deep, so we don’t think you would need to make any adjustments there. Happy sewing!

    — Fancy Tiger Crafts

  • May 08, 2018

    Can this pattern be adjusted for a 1X size?

    — BArbara REid

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